I have recently applied and been authorised for my latest ESTA. S.' to the first hotel of that trip and realised my ' U. Point of Contact Information' cannot be changed.
As per the instructions on the form I put my hotel down as ' U. So it's stuck as a hotel I won't be staying at at all on that trip. Or all voluntary information that doesn't affect the validity of the ESTA authorisation? No, there is no obligation to change any of the optional information on it.
You give your updated API to the airline, ESTA makes no difference, as long you have one. I'm not sure - and can't check with a dummy application because the related questions are on the second page - but I don't think the ' U. For example, if someone did have a point of contact they could put in rather than a hotel address, what if that person dies? Are you sure you can't update your "Address while in the US" information?
I've just looked at my current ESTA & I could, if I wanted, do it.
[I realise this isn't a road trips related question but, when you think about it, there isn't really a suitable forum for these sorts of questions.
To obtain an ESTA, you are required to apply by submitting personal and travel related information through an online processing system.
All I did was go to the ESTA website, click on "Check ESTA Status" & enter the required information, which took me to the "Authorization Approved" screen; scrolling down to the box with the details in I could then click on "update", which would allow me to change my email address & US address.
I cannot understand why this conversation is still ongoing. This talk of 'point of contact' is irrelevant, and if you are on road trip are you going to amend your 'point of contact' every night? ;) Frommy - Other members are allowed to share their experience and opinion, whether or not the question has been answered. Point of Contact Information', whether an issue for entry or not, is a legitimate subject.
In addition to this, you have the opportunity to update certain fields.
Verify/update your ESTA by filling out all fields necessary in the application form.
Each stay can be up to 90 days or less without obtaining a visa. If an ESTA application has been denied, but the traveler still wishes to enter the United States, he/she is required to apply for a nonimmigrant visa at a nearby U.