Application form for ESTA USA





Ithaca is a small town located in the Finger Lakes region of New York State; it attracts different types of visitors. The city is known for its 150 waterfalls and its wonderful forests. The city of Ithaca hosts an impressive number of events, activities and exhibitions, including the city’s many festivals that flood the spacious […]

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden

Located along the north shore of Staten Island, near the ferry, Sailors Snug Harbor was originally built as a home for retired sailors, eventually becoming a cultural center for Staten Island and the rest of New York City. Today, Snug Harbor is a place where History, Architecture, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Gardens, Agriculture and Education […]


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  • Is ESTA payment secure?
  • The system requires a secure use of payment method, i.e. your payment information will not be saved or recorded internally after the bank transaction.
    The banking service is the only one able to record this information, which is inaccessible via
    Your payment is 100% secure.

  • What is the difference between a Visa and an ESTA?
  • A USA visa is a document that meets the legal and regulatory requirements of the United States.

    People with a valid visa will still be able to travel to the United States for the purpose for which the visa was issued and are exempt from applying for an approved travel authorization (ESTA) when travelling.
    Since ESTA does not meet the legal criteria, it cannot be considered a Visa.

  • What is ESTA?
  • ESTA is the abbreviation for the Electronic System of Travel Authorization, an electronic system used to determine the eligibility of people traveling to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP).
  • Is the ESTA Authorization a Visa?
  • No, the ESTA authorization is for people who are travelling under the Visa Waiver Program. It is an electronic authorization to travel to the United States.
  • Why was my ESTA application rejected?
  • Due to security and confidentiality laws, CBP cannot tell you the reason why a travel authorization has been denied.
  • Can my ESTA be extended?
  • No, the ESTA authorization cannot be extended; if you’re planning to travel to the U.S. and your ESTA has expired you will have to make another request.