Even though what I advocate is practically open borders, I take care not to use that term on these pages. Why?
Because I believe that's the wrong term to use as it is very controversial and raises an instinctive reaction against it in some people the moment they hear "open borders" mentioned. That's why I prefer to say "removal of borders as barriers of movement," #Free2RoamTheWorldWeAreBornIn, "abolish visas," and constantly emphasize #EndInjusticeAtBirth because I believe that is the only unarguable point.
We shape our understanding of the world through the use of words. That's why it's very important to use words with care. Apart from improper/imprecise use of terms, there is, of course, always the possibility, or rather a very high probability that someone will give a different meaning and significance to a word you use. Then, no wonder, disputes arise. “Open borders” is a loaded term. Some people see it as a threat to their very existence. That's the extent of their fear. So to me, it's always best to avoid triggering such responses. Go for "injustice at birth," you cannot go wrong there, it's so straight forward. People still do not like the idea. They still resist it, but at least, they will give you credit. You will know that you will never get anywhere no matter how convincing you are; yet, you are fine with it.