A prophetic voice should be raised through a concrete commitment to the plight of the immigrants, giving reasons for hope that are translatable into just polities and policies. It is through such hope that the anguish and fears of immigrants who live in Ivory Coast will find compassionate ears and hearts. Is there good news for these immigrants? Can we imagine citizenship as extended to accommodate immigrants? Correlatively, is it good news for Ivorians who have sought a national identity to understand themselves through a relationship with the immigrants from Burkina Faso? These are questions this book hopes to answer. It seems it is a common occurrence among human beings to welcome others, but it is unusual to make others one of them. The tragedy today is that welcoming others and justly distributing membership have become equally unnatural to the practices of admission in modern societies. The challenge is there and we take it!