What can make my ESTA application ineligible?

ESTA applications are often rejected due to simple errors such as misspelling your names or not entering the right passport expiration date. Following are the most common mistakes leading to ESTA refusal:

  • You answered untruthfully to any of the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) questions.
  • You overstayed the authorised time on a previous visit.
  • You have used a passport number, which has already been reported lost or stolen.
  • You worked illegally in the U.S.
  • You have been denied a visa or an entry to the U.S.

Any of the above-mentioned reasons will render your application ineligible and consequently lead to ESTA denial.

For those grounds, many candidates refer to the professional immigration services of qualified specialists, who carefully review the application before it is sent to the U.S. Customs and Border Control.

Click here to learn more about possible ESTA refusal reasons and how to deal with them.

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