go through immigration
A: Here we are, honey. We're finally in Beijing.
B: Do you have the passports? We'll have to go through immigration in a moment.
A: They should be in my carry-on luggage.
B: Good. I couldn't remember where they were.
A: Here's your passport. You can relax now. Let's wait in this line. It looks shorter than the others.
B: I know it looks shorter, but that one is moving more quickly.
A: Okay. You wait in that one, and I'll wait in this one.
B: But I don't want to stand alone, it's boring.
A: Then stay here.
C: Hello, passport and immigration form, please.
A: Here you are.
C: Are you here for business or pleasure?
A: Pleasure. I'm here on vacation with my husband.
C: Where have you come from today?
A: JFK Airport in New York.
C: You haven't filled in the flight number on the immigration form.
A: Oh, I'm sorry about that.
C: I can do it for you. Which airline did you fly?
A: American airways.
C: Do you remember the flight number?
A: No, let me check the tickets. I think it's on there. The flight number is AA007.
C: How long do you plan to stay in China?
A: About two weeks.
C: Where are you planning to stay?
A: Actually, my husband and I won a trip. A tour guide is going to meet us here and take us to our hotel.
C: Okay. Here's your passport. Have a pleasant stay.