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To enter the US must i give my 1st address or all adresses?

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1. Posted by Urban08 (Budding Member 24 posts) 8y

Im going to the states for 9 weeks in september, i have my first 6 nights booked in LA but then plan on moving around, i have a rough idea of a route but have not booked any further accomodation for the obvious reasons that i may not follwe the exact route.

Is this going to be a problem?

2. Posted by Sander (Moderator 4808 posts) 8y

Just the address of your first nights in LA should be fine. (As far as I know; although I must admit I wouldn't be at all surprised if they ever instituted a rule needing all addresses - they've gone totally out of control in the USA - I'm actively avoiding the country now because of this.)

3. Posted by Dutch-Dimi (Budding Member 15 posts) 8y

As far as I found on this so far:

You have to have 1 adress... so for you the adress for the first night in LA.

And also i think you need any kind of proof (return ticket etc) to show you will be out of the country within 90 days.

4. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 8y

Quoting Dutch-Dimi

And also i think you need any kind of proof (return ticket etc) to show you will be out of the country within 90 days.

Yup--they may not even let you out of your country to begin with if you don't have a return ticket from the U.S. Best to dot the i's and cross all the t's.

5. Posted by Urban08 (Budding Member 24 posts) 8y

Ive got my return flight all booked im staying for 63 days in total. I rang the embasy helpline and they asked me a few questions and said i should be fine for VWP although you can never never guarentee it. Mines an E ticket and ive already printed out the reciept and all that so that shouldnt be a problem

6. Posted by kevandshan (Full Member 142 posts) 8y

Without going into detail, the address is required in case of emergency. If they need to get into contact with you, if your country/ friends/ family need you in an emergency--you can be located. It is obviously also a security question...and without one you may be denied entry.
Your first address should suffice, but as much info as possible always helps