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ESTA and re-entry to USA after 4 days in Canada

Mar 24th, 2011, 07:47 PM
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ESTA and re-entry to USA after 4 days in Canada

We both have current ESTA's - are Australian citizens (eligible for Visa waiver). We will enter the USA in late May and leave in early July - no problems there. We will however be going to Canada for 4 days - taking our rental car (Alamo allows excursions into Canada) on a ferry from Port Angeles to Victoria BC, staying 3 nights, and back again to Edmonds in Washington State.

I'm assuming that we should have no problems - but thought I'd better make sure that there are not any 'wrinkles' that anyone is aware of - or problems that they've encountered in similar circumstances.
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Mar 26th, 2011, 03:12 PM
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Hi obione, we will have exactly this situation as well. I don't think there will be an issue but it's a good question?
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Mar 26th, 2011, 03:26 PM
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Just found this on ESTA website..

While in the U.S., you may go to Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean and re-enter the U.S. using the I-94W you were issued when you first arrived in the U.S., although the time you spend there is included in the 90 days allotted for your visit.

Should be OK.
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Mar 27th, 2011, 07:11 AM
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Just curious, what's an "ESTA"?
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Mar 27th, 2011, 03:36 PM
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it is a program non-us citizens must pay to sign into on internet to enter the united states by "pre-registering" with the immigration department. This is valid for countries in the visa-waiver program.

It costs $14 and the entry is good for 2 years, at which point you will pay another $14 or more.. etc. etc.

I imagine visa-waiver program countries may start creating a reciprocal fee for Americans at some point. Would only seem logical.
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Mar 30th, 2011, 05:29 AM
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Are you planning to make reservations for those ferry trips?
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