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Wilba - Answered a Question by Wilson (18 Dec 08 15:29)

Easy paste this into your address bar& fill in the form. You will get an immediate response of approval/dissapproval......Regards Wilba........ https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/esta/esta.html?_flowExecutionKey=_c40D39448-9DEC-AA82-9056-1690BF9DEF60_kA277731D-AD20-3EF0-DB57-F15402E86ADA.

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Jean Whittle - Answered a Question by Wilson (18 Dec 08 15:40)

This is the Electronic System for Travel Authorisation and part of the Visa Waiver Programme required for entry into the US. Previously, a green card was completed on the outward journey but as from 12 Jan this new online system is mandatory. The website has been given by Wilba. You must obtain your ESTA approval prior to leaving home as authorisation of applications can take up to 72 hours. You will need to take this authorisation with you to gain entry to the US and, according to recent information received from Princess, you will also need to present this document, together with your passport, to assist with immigration clearance. We are travelling with Princess in March and have already received this information from them.

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Wilson - replied to Jean Whittle (19 Dec 08 17:10)

Thanks Jean.Found the little green slip from Princess and went into Esta .It was all about downloading forms and paying dollars for it. Anyway am leaving hubby to do as Wilba suggests.

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Wilba - replied to Wilson (20 Dec 08 10:41)

Hi! Don't use the American site. Use the UK site as per my copy & paste. That one is completely FREE........Wilba.

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Wilson - replied to Wilba (21 Dec 08 00:10)

Thanks Wilba .Sorted.

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