The US Program’s immigration and border rights work uses a racial justice lens to protect basic rights, ensure families and communities thrive, and protect people from harm. We expose abuses against border communities, migrants and asylum seekers and call for policy changes to meet humanitarian needs. We advocate for fair policies that respond to migrants’ various rights-based rationales for seeking to enter the United States, including hoping for protection, responding to the effects of climate change, finding work, returning to locations where their communities have resided for many years, and reuniting with family members. We work to achieve rights-respecting immigration and border policies that welcome and regard all people with humanity and dignity.