Migration has become intertwined with different kinds of borders as opposed to the traditional understanding of borders as physical barriers between states. Migrants, irrespective of their status or where they come from are becoming increasingly alienated by internal EU member states laws, social and cultural borders. This does not only affects immigrants who come from countries out of the EU but also citizens within the EU member states. These are issues that needs to be discussed because the fundamental foundation of EU is not only about economic or political integration, it is all about bringing all the facets that makes up a community together. Social democrat values needs to be incorporated in all country-level policies so that citizens of EU can be able to recognise why EU integration is important. There are far more tacit values embedded in transnational migrants that needs to be exploited for the betterment of EU development.