The dialectic of hospitality and hostility, reflective of current tensions in managing migration, is also manifested at Kongsvinger, Norway’s prison holding foreign nationals only. Punishment and welfare still work in tandem to (re)produce the citizen; however, the end goal of inclusion is no longer intended. Based on ethnographic fieldwork in the women’s wing, this chapter seeks to articulate the women’s positions, within an at once hospitable and hostile space, between belonging and exclusion. The chapter uses resilience as an analytical lens, to present the women’s subjectivities, neither victims nor overt political actors. Specifically, the chapter focuses on the women’s mobility, solidarity, and home-making at Kongsvinger as resilience. Finally, the chapter addresses the ambivalence inherent to Kongsvinger prison, a welfare crimmigration prison.