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Old 08-26-2010, 09:52 AM   #91
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DH completed the ESTAs for our September trip a while back but we've misplaced the reference numbers - is it best just to re-apply?
yes just re apply, then you will have it again for 2 yrs, do it before the 8th september though as it will cost you $14 each after this date
Im going to do all ours again this weekend. flight details and accomodation is optional
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Old 08-27-2010, 10:21 AM   #92
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That seems to agree with all the information that has been around regarding this.
Have you got yours already? If not I would get on there sharpish before they start charging
hi , yes i have done mine my hubbys & our youngest sons but our daughter & older sons passports have run out so quickly did them & sent them off tues just gone so am hopeing that they could be back before the charge is brought in if not at least i only have to pay 2 charges & not 5
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Old 08-29-2010, 10:54 PM   #93
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I did one for when i went to Flroida in June so I won't have to worry about filling this out again for my next trip in March, correct? Glad I'll dodge that charge!
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Old 08-30-2010, 09:06 AM   #94
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Yes but I would do another and stretch another few months out of the free period. I had one for our Aug trip but did another one back on Saturday just in case I got an extra trip out of it. It is so much easier and less scarey second time round. Up to you though, I think
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Old 08-30-2010, 09:09 AM   #95
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Also, I think just updating the informations in an existing ESTA does not extend the original expiration date.
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Old 09-01-2010, 08:28 AM   #96
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Not read the whole thread, but just applied for my ESTA while its still free. So im right in thinking i dont need to print anything. How does the airport know iv applied? will it just be on thier records?
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How does the airport know iv applied?
They see it on their computer when they swipe your passport.
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Old 09-01-2010, 09:03 AM   #98
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They see it on their computer when they swipe your passport.
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Old 09-26-2010, 12:42 AM   #99
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Hi everyone
I am travelling in November and my ESTA runs out in January
Do you have to have a certain length of time left on your ESTA like you do with a passport or is this fine?
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As long as its valid thats fine. Same with Passports for all scheduled airlines(need to double check for charters) no minimum amount required for passports, just need to be valid for dates of travel.
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As long as its valid thats fine. Same with Passports for all scheduled airlines(need to double check for charters) no minimum amount required for passports, just need to be valid for dates of travel.
Excellent. Thanks as always for your help
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Old 10-05-2010, 09:26 AM   #102
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Hi,
Apologies I haven't read the full thread but wanted to check something.

I travelled out to Florida in July and applied for the ESTA. I'm now going again over the Halloween period, I know the ESTA is vaild for two years but can you do multiple trips within that time frame or do you need to reapply every time you head out to the states?
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Hi,
Apologies I haven't read the full thread but wanted to check something.

I travelled out to Florida in July and applied for the ESTA. I'm now going again over the Halloween period, I know the ESTA is vaild for two years but can you do multiple trips within that time frame or do you need to reapply every time you head out to the states?
Thanks for your help.
You can do as many trips as you want within the 2 years. There is an option to update your ESTA with your latest travel plans but its optional, I don't bother.
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You can do as many trips as you want within the 2 years. There is an option to update your ESTA with your latest travel plans but its optional, I don't bother.
Thanks for clearing that up Wayneg! Saves me spending an extra $15 on the ESTA when it can go towards a surprise dinner for my girlfriend at California Grill!
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My boyfriend's one responsibility for this trip was to check if we need any sort of visa to which he said "no".
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