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I'm from Germany and me and my friends want to fly to Las Vegas, America. I was there two years ago with my parents and now I want to make a roadtrip with my friends in July 2016.
The problem in this case is that I got a German and Iranian passport. Two years ago, it was not a big deal, when I was signing myself for ESTA, but now I read something about a new law, where it's not allowed for German citizens who got an Iranian passport to fly to the US with the regular ESTA Program.
My question is therefore:
- Is this law already applied ?
- And if no, can I sign myself up for ESTA right now? Is it regular counting for two years ? So if this new law is coming, I'm not concerned with this matter, because I sign myself up, when the law was not applied? I would then sign up today and fly in July 2016. That's what I'm thinking about.
- The last time I signed myself up for the ESTA Program, we got a hotel in Vegas, which I also write in the program form. In this case, we want to book the hotel when we arrive in Vegas and not from Germany (it's cheaper to book in Vegas) so we don't have an address right now. So, it's OK, when I don't have adress where we're gonna stay? Or can I write in the hotel we want to stay? I'm worried that our case will be denied, if we don't have a stay.