Business of the Year
We’re Boundless, a modern immigration company
Our service gives you an immigration lawyer, lets you file online — all while saving you thousands in attorney fees
Why trust Boundless?
We have a 99.7% success rate across 70,000+ applications and a Better Business Bureau A+ Rating
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Our track record is clear
Praised by customers and immigration officers. Our success rate is 99.7%.
We’ve been featured in the news
You answer simple questions online, and we check them 4 times.
We turn all the required government forms into simple questions you can answer online at your convenience. Afterward, we run your application through 4 separate quality checks to ensure the highest accuracy before it’s filed.See what you get with Boundless See how Boundless can help
Attorney expertise included.
For no additional fee, you get an experienced independent immigration attorney who will review your entire application package to ensure it’s ready to be filed.
In the meantime, here are some answers to frequently asked questions.Meet our independent immigration attorneys
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Boundless a legitimate company?
Yes! We understand your skepticism. Immigration is daunting enough.
Boundless is a Seattle-based company started by a team of immigrants and experts. We’ve been featured in The New York Times, NBC News, Univision, and more . We are an A+ Better Business Bureau-accredited company and the proud recipient of the BBB’s 2018 “Business of the Year” award.
In 2020, RapidVisa became part of Boundless. Our main RapidVisa office is located in Las Vegas and has been helping reunite 60,000+ families for more than a decade. RapidVisa has been featured in Fast Company, Newsweek, and The Washington Post, among others.
In order to maintain such a high success rate for our customers, we review your application 4 separate times for the highest possible quality to ensure it’s ready to file.
First, we check your forms to make sure they’re complete and accurate. Second, we help you upload all your supporting documents and then review each of them to make sure they meet U.S. government requirements and standards. Third, we thorougly run a quality assurance check to cross reference your forms to your supporting documents, ensuring everything matches up. Lastly, we pass your application to an independent attorney in our network who reviews your entire application package one last time to make sure we didn’t miss anything, as well as to check for any potential legal issues.
Once your application’s ready to file, we print and assemble it in exactly the way that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) prefers and ship everything to you.
What happens after Boundless sends my application to the government?
Sending your immigration application package is only the first step. Depending on your situation, it could take 10 months to over 3 years for the entire green card process. Boundless stays with you the whole time, helping you keep on top of next steps, such as the in-person interview, additional forms, and every other important milestone along the way.
How much does all of this cost?
Our marriage green card service is $995, and our naturalization service is $199. These flat rates cover your complete application package—including legal and customer support. You also pay fees directly to the United States government when you file. Our service fees can all be paid in full, or over 6 months with our monthly payment plan.
If your petition is denied by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) we will refund 100% of our service fees, minus attorney fees. Learn more about our guarantee.
When do I consult with my independent attorney?
After a comprehensive quality review by a Boundless application guide, an independent immigration attorney conducts a thorough legal review, providing written feedback on your application. You’ll work with them to update any last pieces of your application before we print and ship it to you. To learn more, meet some of our independent attorneys.