I want to spend another vacation in the U.S. and require a B/2 visa this time due to changes in U.S. regulation regarding my dual-citizenship.
What is the best way to go about planning and booking a trip with regard to filling the travel information section of the DS-160 form (
"Intended Date of Arrival",
"Intended Length of Stay in U.S.",
"Address Where You Will Stay in the U.S.")?
The U.S. Department of State website says:
We cannot guarantee that you will be issued a visa. Do not make final travel plans or buy tickets until you have a visa.
You can enter an address of the U.S. University, exchange organization, company. Tourists can enter the address of the hotel they are planning to stay in or the address of the airport they arrive at.
The DS-160 form says:
If you are unsure of your travel plans, please provide an estimate.
So I assume that it is recommended and accepted to provide an intended plan or an estimate in the DS-160 form and book the trip (flights, accommodation) after receiving a visa. But offers change so quickly that it is very likely that an offer you intended to book will no longer be available after you receive your visa. What happens in that case? Do you have to submit changes or another form then? Or should you even enter the address of the airport where you will arrive at (see above) instead of a hotel address since that is unlikely to change?