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Insider Alert: New Uncertainty for Students and Exchange Visitors

May 15, 2018

In what immigration attorneys consider a “radical change,” U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced a new policy that could make it more difficult for foreign students and exchange visitors in the United States to obtain new visas in…


The Latest Visa Bulletin, Explained

May 10, 2018

Find out what’s new with U.S. immigration in this month’s Visa Bulletin Breakdown by Doug Rand, U.S. immigration policy expert and co-founder of Boundless.



Could Moving Help You Get a Green Card Faster?

Apr 13, 2018

Moving to a new county or state could help you get a green card faster – from several months to a year or more! USCIS recently published data about wait times for two of the most important immigration forms (I-485: green card), and…



Immigrant Voting Rights

Mar 10, 2018

The first major piece of U.S. legislation dealing with immigrant voting rights was the Naturalization Act of 1790, which allowed people born outside the United States to become citizens with voting rights — provided they were white men.


The American Dream Scholarship for DACA and TPS Students

Feb 28, 2018

DACA and TPS students are not eligible for the most commonly used types of federal financial aid offered to college students in the United States. This is why the Boundless American Dream Scholarship will provide financial support to two exceptionally promising students.


Mariana & Brian

Feb 23, 2018

Mariana & Brian shared their immigration journey with Boundless. Their story begins when Mariana from Ecuador and Brian from Ohio got married in New York.


Good News: Now You Can Pay Your Immigration Filing Fees by Credit Card

Feb 15, 2018

This week, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that from this point forward, it will start accepting credit card payments for pretty much every type of required filing fee.This is really, really good news!Let us count the ways:All common…


How Dreamers Can Prepare for Whatever Congress Does Next

Feb 15, 2018

With the Senate engaged in open-ended debate on immigration this week, lawmakers are focused on how (and whether) to protect Dreamers, the nearly 2 million undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children. Predicting what the Senate—let…

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