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Our mission at Boundless is simple: Help Immigrants. That is why we regularly publish well-researched immigration tips aimed at helping immigrants navigate the U.S. immigration process, and thrive in their communities.

How can I expedite my NVC application?

July 14, 2021

How can I expedite my NVC application?An applicant who wishes to ask for expedited processing of their case will typically send a request to The State Department provides the following guidance:“If a visa is available for your relative’s category,… View Article

7 Tips for Getting Your K-1 Visa Approved

July 8, 2021

It’s true: most people who apply for a K-1 visa are successful. In fact, according to statistical reports published by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), about 74% of fiancé(e) visas were approved in 2020.Nonetheless, it’s totally understandable if you’re… View Article

How to Immigrate to the US With Your Pet

July 1, 2021

Your pet is one of the most important parts of your travel checklist when you’re getting ready to immigrate to the United States. Like many good things in life, it pays to plan ahead. The exact process will vary depending… View Article

How can I expedite my travel and work permits?

June 30, 2021

How can I expedite my travel and work permits?There’s no application form for expedited requests. It’s done by phone, letter or appointment with an officer in person.Applicants can either call the USCIS customer service number, write a letter and file… View Article

8 Best Dating Apps and Websites for Immigrants

June 17, 2021

Dating in the digital age looks different for everyone. Maybe you’re an immigrant who wants to meet someone with the same background. Maybe you’re a U.S. citizen who’s interested in meeting someone who lives abroad. With so many dating apps… View Article

What is continuous physical presence?

June 16, 2021

What is continuous physical presence?To be eligible for citizenship, an applicant must have continuously lived in the United States as a green card holder for at least five years (or at least three years if they’re married to a U.S…. View Article

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