I HAVE DUAL CITINZENSHIP, CYPRIOT AND BRITISH PASSPORT. ON NOVEEMBER 2012 I TRAVEL TO THE US UNDER THE VISA WAIVER PROGRAM ON MY BRITISH PASSPORT AND STAYED THERE FOR 10 DAYS, THEN I TRAVELLED AGAIN IN MARCH 17 AND STAYED TILL MAY 26TH AGIAN TRAVELLED ON MY BRITISH PASSPORT AND THE VISA WAIVER PROGRAM. THIS JULY I WENT TO THE CYPRIOT EMBASSY AND APPLIED FOR A B2 VISA ON MY CYPRIOT PASSPORT AND I GOT DENIED DUE TO 214(b) NOT SHOWING ENOUGH TIES TO MY COUNTRY SO I WENT AGAIN SEPTEMBER 18TH , TOOK ALL MY PAPER WORK, BANK LETTER, WORK AUTHORIZATION FOR LEAVE ETC AND STILL GOT DENIED. MY QUESTION IS CAN I STILL TRAVEL WITH MY ESTA? IT IS SHOWING THAT IT IS STILL VALID AND I DON'T KNOW WHAT CONNECTIONS THEY CAN MAKE WITH THE TWO PASSPORTS. ANY HELP WILL BE VERY HELPFUL. THANK YOU
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Unless another attorney disagrees with me, I do not think that refusal to issue a B2 visa prevents you from traveling under the Visa Waiver Program.
It does not appear it was revoked. However, you may want to apply for the B2 with all the supporting evidence to get a better chance.
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You will find out when you you apply for ESTA. You need to disclose your denied visa application on your ESTA application.
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You cannot use ESTA when your tourist visa was denied.
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