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No ESTA expiration warning anymore?

Old Nov 7, 19, 12:41 pm
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No ESTA expiration warning anymore?

Hi All

GE member. Flying to LAX tomorrow at 3pm and tried to check in with BA - and was told no Esta available!

Quickly blood pressure came up but approved again after approx 15min.

So everything could be much worse, but donít we get an expiration warning anymore? I have checked all me email folders but havenít received anything - so just keen to know for the future.

Many thanks
Daniel
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Old Nov 7, 19, 1:12 pm
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ESTA issues are generally discussed in the USA forum.

Please follow this thread as it moves there.

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Old Nov 7, 19, 1:50 pm
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IMHO - if a U.S. citizen does not receive reminders about renewing his/her U.S. Passport, I do not see a point why a ESTA eligible nonresident alien should receive any reminder about ESTA expiration.

This is something that a government has no obligation whatsoever.
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Old Nov 7, 19, 1:54 pm
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Originally Posted by garykung View Post
IMHO - if a U.S. citizen does not receive reminders about renewing his/her U.S. Passport, I do not see a point why a ESTA eligible nonresident alien should receive any reminder about ESTA expiration.

This is something that a government has no obligation whatsoever.
Definitely a fair point, I was just wondering as my wife who is a UK citizen received a warning in Feb.
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Old Nov 8, 19, 4:30 pm
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Originally Posted by Duck1981 View Post
Definitely a fair point, I was just wondering as my wife who is a UK citizen received a warning in Feb.
Then you will have to ask CBP for that.
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