Sean and Maggie met online, while Sean — originally from Nigeria — was a student in the United States. Less than a year later, in May 2019, they were married. With the help of Boundless, Sean received his green card in March of this year. We caught up with the couple to learn about their experience with Boundless and the green card application process.
How did you discover Boundless?
Maggie: We heard about Boundless on Bloomberg and the idea of it, and how quick and affordable it was, intrigued us. Then there were a ton of awesome reviews online that made us feel hopeful and comfortable.
Sean: I’d say the price sold me on it. Comparable attorney fees started at $2,000 or more.
“There were a ton of awesome reviews online that made us feel hopeful and comfortable” – Maggie
What stood out to you about the Boundless service?
Sean: Being able to reach out to Boundless whenever we had questions, when we didn’t understand something or what to do next, they were always there to respond, usually within 24 hours.
Can you describe the experience of receiving your application package from Boundless?
Maggie: When we got the package in the mail, it was a couple of inches thick. If we were not with Boundless I think it would have been really overwhelming. But there were flags saying “Sign here” on the pages. It made it so simple not having to go through each page ourselves.
“I’d say the price sold me on it. Comparable attorney fees started at $2,000 or more” – Sean
Can you tell us about the green card interview?
Maggie: After we left the interview, they told us we were approved, and we were like, “That’s it?” It was 6 months, that’s all it took. We were really impressed. The whole process was smooth and everybody at Boundless was super helpful and kind. When we left the interview we looked at each other and said, “We’ve got to tell more people about Boundless.”