In planning a trip to the US, I booked a "temporary" place, with the idea in mind that I might cancel it later to get a better place.
When applying for the ESTA, I put UNKOWN in the appropriate fields for Point of Contact as I didn't want to put a statement that might became false in the future.
I know that I can update the address on my Esta application, but I was wondering if not doing that (since I've read multiple times that it is not required) would be a problem at the immigration control, given the following scenario:
- Immigration asks me where I am going to stay
- I show a receipt of my booking
- They see that my booking was made prior to the ESTA application and that I put unknown even if I knew where I was going to stay
I am an Italian citizen.