Next comes Immigration. Depending on the time of day, the day of the week and how many planes you see on the runway with yours will determine how long the lines will be.
This is the time to pull out your passports along with the Immigration form that was given to you by your flight attendant. My hope is that you’ve already filled out the form while you were comfortably seated on the plane with use of your tray table. Otherwise, you are now filling it out using your thigh, your partner’s back, your hand, your carryon luggage or any other unsuitable writing surface. When you approach the front of the line and it’s your turn; go with your traveling partners. There is no need to go alone. The Immigration Officer will look at you (maybe), take the form, stamp your passport and then you’re on your way.