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Esta

watford
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Esta

Does anyone know if it is possible to check if you have a valid ESTA. They last for two years and I can't remember when I got mine.

Thanks

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Ghent, Belgium
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11. Re: Esta

I stand corrected, seems with the new ESTA site it is possible to check your status and make changes without the code, as long as you have all the other required info.

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12. Re: Esta

Thanks for posting this. I used the second link then went to the bit where it says to click here if you don't have the application reference. It told me that our ESTA forms will still be valid for our trip in November.

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13. Re: Esta

And now you no longer have to fill in the green Visa Waver Form for immigration. The only form you have to complete (handed out on the aircraft) is the white customs form - one per family. Enjoy your trip.

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