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Old 06-20-2021, 06:43 PM
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Hi Kasia & friends,

Kasia wrote that it might not be wise to lie to US immigration.
Do you mean both at the airport and when applying for the ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization to the USA)?

Even when you've never had a stamp of the relevant country in your passport?

I don't know if the following is true...
A European who has been to the USA many times told me that the American security services have lists of all passengers on the international flights of most airlines.
It would make no sense to fly to Iran with a well known airline and to conceal it for US security.
BTW, on the ESTA form you can read that lying will not allow you to visit the USA.

Someone with paranoid personality disorder? Or possible reality?

Paul
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