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Hi guys, quick question as I can't find much about it online. I have recieved a new passport so my passport number has changed. If I applied for an ESTA -or anything else that said question may apply to- would I have to state a previous Visa denial again despite the fact that it's not correlated with my new passport number? Maybe the question/answer is obvious but because obviously -I- am the same person no matter what my passport number is but I'm confused nonetheless and it's more a question of curiosity rather than an answer needed. 😂

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29 minutes ago, S.J.R said:

Hi guys, quick question as I can't find much about it online. I have recieved a new passport so my passport number has changed. If I applied for an ESTA -or anything else that said question may apply to- would I have to state a previous Visa denial again despite the fact that it's not correlated with my new passport number? Maybe the question/answer is obvious but because obviously -I- am the same person no matter what my passport number is but I'm confused nonetheless and it's more a question of curiosity rather than an answer needed. 😂

Unfortunately visa denials are no more expunged by getting a new passport than a bad driving record is erased by getting a new car. 😂 Oh that is was that easy ! 

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10 minutes ago, Lil bear said:

Unfortunately visa denials are no more expunged by getting a new passport than a bad driving record is erased by getting a new car. 😂 Oh that is was that easy ! 

I expected a reply to say as much 😂 one could only hope 😂🤷🏻‍♀️ 

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It’s very clear from the actual wording of the question:

 

Have you ever been denied a U.S. visa you applied for with your current or previous passport, or have you ever been refused admission to the United States or withdrawn your application for admission at a U.S. port of entry?”

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Posted (edited)

Your passport number is new.

Your name, fingerprints, date of birth, place of birth etc. remain the same, and your new passport number is still tied to your old passport number. In other words; They will know.

Edited by JayJayH

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