Off to the USA in the next 2 years? Read this!

sgtpepperband

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#1
Travel tip, from Sunday Times:

Even if you have no immediate plans to travel to America, you should apply for an online travel authorisation now, say travel agents, and save money. Currently, the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) process is free, but from 8 September 2010, applicants will be charged $14 (£9) for the service. "Each authorisation lasts for two years," advised Alan Waddell of Visit USA. "Even if you're not planning to go for some time, you can still sign up."

US Embassy: http://london.usembassy.gov/cons_new/visa/niv/esta.html

The only official ESTA website (do not use links which appear official, but ask for card payment details. ESTA is free!):

https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/

:thumbleft:
 
#2
sgtpepperband said:
Travel tip, from Sunday Times:

Even if you have no immediate plans to travel to America, you should apply for an online travel authorisation now, say travel agents, and save money. Currently, the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) process is free, but from 8 September 2010, applicants will be charged $14 (£9) for the service. "Each authorisation lasts for two years," advised Alan Waddell of Visit USA. "Even if you're not planning to go for some time, you can still sign up."

US Embassy: http://london.usembassy.gov/cons_new/visa/niv/esta.html

The only official ESTA website (do not use links which appear official, but ask for card payment details. ESTA is free!):

https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/

:thumbleft:
I got mine, I'm a good girl all ready to go. I'm just trying to pinpoint Bergen so I can avoid him, its dangerous enough there without meeting ex Boot-necks with guns and grudges.
Just cus I told him he was not a bit like his avatar, ie full of shit and couldn't fly. Touchy bugger. 8O :D :roll:
 
#3
Rumrat said:
sgtpepperband said:
Travel tip, from Sunday Times:

Even if you have no immediate plans to travel to America, you should apply for an online travel authorisation now, say travel agents, and save money. Currently, the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) process is free, but from 8 September 2010, applicants will be charged $14 (£9) for the service. "Each authorisation lasts for two years," advised Alan Waddell of Visit USA. "Even if you're not planning to go for some time, you can still sign up."

US Embassy: http://london.usembassy.gov/cons_new/visa/niv/esta.html

The only official ESTA website (do not use links which appear official, but ask for card payment details. ESTA is free!):

https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/

:thumbleft:
I got mine, I'm a good girl all ready to go. I'm just trying to pinpoint Bergen so I can avoid him, its dangerous enough there without meeting ex Boot-necks with guns and grudges.
Just cus I told him he was not a bit like his avatar, ie full of shit and couldn't fly. Touchy bugger. 8O :D :roll:
Oh you know him so well......
 

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