Inspired by: Passing through airport security with autism
Immigration officers are trained to assess a passenger's personal impact and articulation skills, in gauging if a person ought to be allowed entry. If someone appears nervous, does not make eye contact, has trouble communicating, looks uncomfortable, and seems unwilling to engage in conversation, most immigration officers would consider this quite suspicious. Yet, it strikes me that this may be normal behaviour for a person on the autistic spectrum.
How can a person with autism best navigate immigration?