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If your passport or ESTA visa has expired, you may apply for an ESTA renewal. For the ESTA renewal, the same documents you used for your last application is needed. Also, you may renew your ESTA if any legal changes has been made to your passport or you have been issued a new passport. By renewing your ESTA visa, you remove your previous one, and the validity of the travel authorisation starts from the day you receive your new one.
Why ESTA Renewal?
- Your passport has expired
- You have been issued a new passport
- Your ESTA visa has expired
- Your legal name has changed
- Your gender has changed
- You have changed your citizenship
- Or changed your answers to the “yes/no” answers in the ESTA application.
In some cases, you might need to update your ESTA. Follow the ESTA update form to update certain information. It is not possible to update your ESTA visa if you are in transit. Also, it is only possible to update to fields in your ESTA application – email address and address when staying in the United States. It is recommended to always keep your ESTA visa up-to-date when travelling, as it is not possible to update your travel authorisation in transit.
What Can You Update In Your ESTA Visa?
- Your email address
- Your address of stay in the United States