How can I correct a mistake regarding Passport Issuance Date or Passport Expiration Date after completing my application?

An applicant can update the Passport Issuance Date or Passport Expiration Date as long as the application has not been paid. If an applicant enters the wrong Passport Issuance Date or Passport Expiration Date after having paid for the ESTA application, a new application must be submitted for a new travel authorization. The associated fee will be charged for each new application submitted. The previous application will be canceled.

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