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      11-24-2012, 09:09 PM   #6
DJDeez
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My question to the British passport holders in Canada or anyone who knows about this stuff, did you have to fill in the ESTA?
No, never.

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If so, how did you get passed the flight # section when travelling by land?
You simply do not fill in the flight information, an officer will be more than happy to let you know which portions will need to be filled in. For the address while in the United States, you enter the details of whichever hotel you will be staying in.

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Also, do I need to fill an I-94W out before I get to the border or when I'm there?
You will be asked to park your vehicle and go inside. An officer will have you fill out an I-94W form and will take fingerprint/retina scans. You will receive a 90 day visa waiver stapled to your British passport, they will also collect a $6.00USD fee.

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Do I even need to fill it out?
Yes as the bottom part of the card will be stapled to your passport authorising your permission to enter the country.
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