In graduation thesis I explore the system of migration control, ways through which the criminalization of migration is implemented, criminalization of solidarity and the role of social work in migration field through study of literature. Migration control cannot be fair, because they are racist and based on exclusion. They are implemented with restrictive legislation that limits movement of some, while at the same time enables it to others through visa systems. In graduation thesis I problematize access to international protection, which in practice works as illusion that introduces human rights discourse in the controls of migration. This discourse is also present in imprisonment and deportation of people, where it is focused on living conditions of people who are imprisoned and not on imprisonment itself, that causes suffering and violations of human rights. I explore the use of systematic violence in the name of migration controls, which is connected to the question of security and legitimized through it. I present the view of autonomy of migration that sees irregular movement as a political act, through which people on the way take active role in their fight for rights that are taken from them and develop strategies and technics that are based on common knowledge and support. Social work works inside the system of migration control and with that directly supports oppressive practices and suppression. It is crucial that it takes responsibility for its role and works in accordance with its own theory, principles and code of ethics. It needs to resist against the role attributed by the state and stand together with people in common struggle. Acts of solidarity with people on the way are criminalized and prosecuted through Europe, which works as intimidation and threat. Criminalization of solidarity directly opposes the social work.