Boundless Immigration and CEO Xiao Wang have been featured in INC. magazine’s top stories. Wang sat down with INC. to share his personal history navigating the U.S. immigration system and the driving vision for Boundless as a leader in the online immigration space.
Wang’s connection to the complexity of the immigration system is a deeply personal one, having immigrated to the U.S. from China as a child. After watching his family spend thousands on attorney fees just to obtain their green cards and U.S. citizenship, Wang started to hear similar stories from other immigrant families and knew there had to be a better solution.
Wang shares with INC. at length about Boundless’ data-driven approach to solving immigration challenges and what sets the company apart from the traditional path of hiring an immigration attorney. Boundless’ user-friendly software has broken down immigration barriers for many, helping to simplify the application process, reduce costs, and provide families with the transparency and support needed to reach their immigration goals. In addition to the visa services offered, Boundless’ immigration policy updates and guides are now the top online resource for immigration information, second only to federal government sites.
In the article, Wang also reflects on the various challenges Boundless has navigated since its founding in 2017, from Trump-era immigration policies, to the COVID-19 pandemic which halted visa processing and left many prospective immigrants scrambling for solutions. The team’s ability to withstand these unprecedented challenges and pivot quickly to help customers hasn’t gone unnoticed. Boundless ranked number 553 on this year’s “INC. 5000 Annual List”— a lineup of some of the country’s most successful and fastest-growing private companies.
“It’s a testament to the team’s resilience that we take on each challenge and roll with it. It’s true that startups succeed when you refuse to die,” said Wang.
Read the full article from INC. here.