Really? Let's follow your logic for a minute. Let's say for instance that all illegal immigrants in the USA become official citizens today. What do you do with the illegal immigrants that arrive tomorrow (since of course building walls to keep them out is hate)? You also give them a passport? What about those who arrive next week, next month, next year? Surely you can't be of the opinion that today's illegal immigrants are better persons than tomorrow's, otherwise that would be hate, so how do you solve this problem? You let anyone become an American citizen, with no control?
But illegals are a drop in the bucket. Last year 15 million people entered the green card lottery. That's twice the population of NYC. So according to you, since immigration control is hate, those people must be automatically allowed to become citizens. What is your strategy to accommodate this volume of newcomers? How can you even print and hand over that many passports? Where will those people sleep? What will they eat? Where will they work? And that's just year 1, there's gonna be 15 millions more the following year, and then the following.
See, the problem with virtuous statements like "immigration control is hate" is that they don't offer a viable alternative, they don't provide realistic solutions as to where the line should be drawn and how. So why don't you do everyone a favor and teach us your brilliant strategy to end immigration control in an effective way?