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ESTA or study Visa?

As a practical matter, your daughter, if she travels to the US for a month, earns no money, and flies home (or at least out of the US) afterwards is not likely to run into any trouble if she travels ...
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Dual Citizen - ESTA - Travel with stops in USA - Visited Iran

Your problem is not that they might link your Italian passport to your Brazilian one and might somehow know that you used the Brazilian passport to travel to Iran; the problem is that they will link ...
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Dual Citizen - ESTA - Travel with stops in USA - Visited Iran

Don't lie on immigration applications. Many people have successfully obtained long term U.S. visas after visiting countries that make them ineligible under VWP. Will I have a problem if I apply the ...
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Dual Citizen - ESTA - Travel with stops in USA - Visited Iran

There is a simple rule (which we always advise you should follow): Never lie to border officials. And that include automated systems. If they catch you on not disclosing you have been in Iran (and you ...
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Onboarding in the US on ESTA or B-1

This is almost certainly fine, especially if you have been told it is fine by a qualified immigration attorney. You are visiting the US for training and business meetings, which are permitted under ...
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I made a mistake on my ESTA, am I screwed?

You are definitely not "screwed"! There's 2 issues that you're going to have to address as a part of the visa interview. The fact you've visited Iraq and Iran since 2011. This fact IS an ...
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