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Day trip to Canada while under ESTA

When you travel under the Visa Waiver Program (which most people call "using an ESTA"), you get an I-94 when you enter the US, which specifies an end date, normally 90 days later. Normally, ...
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B1/B2 pending, received new citizenship with possibility to use ESTA

Should they first try to cancel the B1/B2 application done with the Russian passport before applying for an ESTA with the European passport? There's no need. If the visa is issued before the trip, ...
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Leaving America and reset the ESTA via a trip to Curaçao

When you are in the US under the Visa Waiver Program, short trips to Canada, Mexico, and "adjacent islands" will result in you being re-admitted under your original I-94. Per 8 USC 1101(b)(5)...
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ESTA travels - Good travel history but still very worried!

Also, my current I-94 is valid until 03/22/2024, will they issue me a new I-94 or will my entry be under the same I-94? Under the regulations, they're supposed to give you a new I-94 if you've ...
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On my initial ESTA application I was transiting through the US. However now my travel plans have changed and I'm staying in the US. Help?

I had the same problem. I do have a valid ESTA which I used for transit, but this time I’m going to stay in the US. On the ESTA you can only change your e-Mail, if you said you were going to transit ...
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