During a recent trip to Austria, I was surprised _ in a pleasant way _ with the immigration procedure which allowed incoming passengers to enter the country without the use of that tiny, white immigration form.
Immigration officers at the airport just briefly checked the passport and those travellers, of all races and colours, with proper visas were simply allowed to walk through.
As the officers didn't have to check through the tiny immigration form, the process was quick and convenient. No long, snaking queues. And that was really good news for those who had completed a long transcontinental trip.