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Follow the steps below to apply for ESTA

  SECURE APPLICATION

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Step 1
Start new ESTA application

Information about the Traveler


*Required Text


     

Open Passport:
Locate your LAST NAME. If the spelling of your last name includes non-English characters, refer to the bottom of the photo page and write your last name as printed between the chevrons (>>LASTNAME>>). You may also email us a scanned copy of the photo page in your passport if you would like us to verify the spelling of your name.
Our customer services email address is: [email protected].

 

     

Open Passport:
Locate your GIVEN NAMES (First and Middle names). If the spelling of your given names includes non-English characters, refer to the bottom of the photo page and write your given names as printed in the chevrons (>>GIVEN>>NAMES>>). You may also email us a scanned copy of the photo page in your passport if you would like us to verify the spelling of your name.
Our customer services email address is: [email protected].

 

     

Select the day, month and year that you were born. This should match with the birthday in your passport.

 

     

We will send the ESTA (the Travel Authorization) to this email address.

 

     

This email address must be identical to the email address above. This is to ensure that we send the Travel Authorization to the correct email address.

 

 

 

 

Passport Upload


  • In order to complete the application, you are required to provide the photo page of your passport.
     

File types for uploading are limited to pdf, gif, png, jpg, and jpeg. File size can be no more than 10 MB.
Accepted formats: GIF, PNG, JPEG, JPG, PDF. Max file size 10 MB

 

Passport Details


     

Select the country that issued your passport.

 

     

Open the passport and select the date it was issued.

 

     

Open the passport and select the date it expires.

 

     

Your passport number is listed in the top right corner of the photo page in your passport. You can verify your passport number by looking in the left lower corner on the same page. The numbers will match.

Note:
• The country code in your passport is NOT a part of your passport number
• Clearly distinguish between the letters I and number 1, the letter O and number 0
• Some passport numbers only include numbers while others include a combination
• Your passport number is between 7 and 11 characters long.

 

     

Select the country you are a citizen of.

 

Your national identification number can be found on your national identity card or document. The ID must match the country that issued the passport you are using for this ESTA application.

You will find the ID number in your passport if it is issued by one of these countries: Brunei, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Malta, Portugal, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea and Taiwan.

     

Your national ID number may or may not be found in your passport. Enter UNKNOWN if unsure.

Note:
• The ID must match the country that issued the passport you are using for this ESTA application.
• If the ID number is not stated in your passport, it might be found on another ID card.
• A National Identification Number may have been issued when you were born or when you reached a certain age.
• Keep in mind that your country might be in the process of digitalizing its National Identification register.

 

Your personal identification number can be found in your passport. The ID must match the country that issued the passport you are using for this ESTA application.

     

Your personal ID number may or may not be found in your passport. Enter UNKNOWN if unsure.
Note:
  • The ID must match the country that issued the passport you are using for this ESTA application.
  • If the ID number is not stated in your passport, it might be found on another ID card.
  • A Personal Identification Number may have been issued when you were born or when you reached a certain age.
  • Keep in mind that your country might be in the process of digitalizing its Personal Identification register.

 

 

 

 

 

 

GLOBAL ENTRY MEMBERSHIP


     

Did you ever apply for the CBP GE Program, NEXUS or SENTRI and got accepted?

 

     

Write your PASSID/Membership number.

 

 

Please confirm the responses to the following mandatory questions:


     

Diseases
Under United States law communicable diseases of public health significance include:
  • Cholera
  • Diphtheria
  • Tuberculosis, infectious
  • Plague
  • Smallpox
  • Yellow Fever
  • Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers, including Ebola, Lassa, Marburg, Crimean-Congo
  • Severe acute respiratory illnesses capable of transmission to other persons and likely to cause mortality.

Physical or Mental Disorders
With regard to physical or mental disorders, answer "Yes" to this question if:
  • You currently have a physical or mental disorder and a history of behavior associated with the disorder that may pose or has posed a threat to your property, safety or welfare or that of others; or
  • You had a physical or mental disorder and a history of behavior associated with the disorder that has posed a threat to your property, safety or welfare or that of others and the behavior is likely to recur or lead to other harmful behavior. Answer "No" if:
    • You currently have no physical or mental disorders; or
    • You have or had a physical or mental disorder without associated behavior that may pose or has posed a threat to your property, safety or welfare of that of others; or
    • You currently have a physical or mental disorder with associated behavior, but that behavior has not posed, does not currently pose nor will pose a threat to your property, safety or welfare or that of others; or
    • You had a physical or mental disorder with associated behavior that posed a threat to your property, safety or welfare or that of others, but that behavior is unlikely to recur.

Drug Abusers and Drug Addicts
Under United States law persons may not be admissible if they have been determined to be a drug abuser or drug addict.
For further information refer to § 212(a)(1)(A) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. § 1182(a)(1)(A), and corresponding regulations in the Code of Federal Regulations.

 


     

ABOUT B: Being arrested or convicted
This question refers to crimes involving moral turpitude - Such offenses generally involve conduct which is inherently base, vile, or depraved and contrary to the accepted rules of morality and the duties owed to persons or society in general. There are factors, such as the age of the offender or the date of the offense that may affect whether an offense will be considered a crime involving moral turpitude for purposes of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

 


     

ABOUT C: Related to drugs
For further information refer to § 212(a)(2) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. § 1182(a)(2), § 101(a)(43) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. § 1101(a)(43) and corresponding regulations in the Code of Federal Regulations.

 


     

Mandatory question: select "Yes" or "No"

 


     

Mandatory question: select "Yes" or "No"

 


     

Mandatory question: select "Yes" or "No"

 


     

Mandatory question: select "Yes" or "No"

 

     

Write the date

 

     

Write the place

 


     

Mandatory question: select "Yes" or "No"

 


     

Mandatory question: select "Yes" or "No"

 


     

Please select 'Yes' if you have visited Cuba on or after 11 March 2011. If you visited Cuba before this date, select 'No'.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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