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used in The Bourne Identity

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come to live in a new country
  • The eight-year-old passport was so obviously not his own that even the dullest immigration clerk would spot the fact.
    Chapter 3 (20% in)
  • The identification numbers, of course, were entirely different, guaranteed not to cause an alarm in an immigration computer.
    Chapter 4 (17% in)
  • One paid as much for this guarantee as he did for the artistry and the equipment, for it required connections within Interpol and the immigration clearing houses.
    Chapter 4 (18% in)
  • Bourne watched from a distance as Marie passed through customs and immigration in Bern's airport, looking for signs of interest or recognition from anyone in the crowd that stood around Air France's departure area.
    Chapter 11 (0% in)
  • Where is the immigration officer who cannot be bought or duped?
    Chapter 12 (50% in)
  • My name and description by now are on every immigration desk and border check in Europe.
    Chapter 33 (78% in)
  • It's not unusual, and sufficient to get you rapidly past both immigration points.
    Chapter 33 (90% in)

There are no more uses of "immigrate" in The Bourne Identity.

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