Meet Your Attorney Today, Pay Later


Start working with your immigration attorney today, and pay on a schedule that works for you


Through our partnership with Splitit, eligible Boundless customers can meet their independent immigration attorney right away while paying over time.

Our payment plans make it easy to spread the cost of using Boundless over 2–12 months. Plans start at $79 per month for help with a marriage green card application ($950 flat rate) and $33 per month for a U.S. citizenship application ($395 flat rate) — with no fees or interest!

Learn more below:


Sample Payment Plans


Payment plans are available in periods of between 2 and 12 months.

12

Months

Marriage Green Card

$79


Marriage Green Card Application

Per Month

0% APR for
qualified customers


Naturalization

$33


Naturalization Application

Per Month

0% APR for
qualified customers

6

Months

Marriage Green Card

$158

Per Month

0% APR for
qualified customers


Naturalization

$66

Per Month

0% APR for
qualified customers

2

Months

Marriage Green Card

$475

Per Month

0% APR for
qualified customers


Naturalization

$197.50

Per Month

0% APR for
qualified customers


How It Works


Step 1

Find out if you qualify to pay by installment. (See “Eligibility Requirements.”)

Step 2

At checkout, select “Monthly Payments” and click “Start Attorney Review.” You’ll see that page after filling out our questionnaires. Here’s what it looks like:

Boundless Checkout Page

Step 3

A popup will appear (like the one in the image below), where you’ll choose an installment option of between 2 and 12 payments and enter your billing information. (See “What payment methods can I use?”)

Boundless Payment Plan Options

Step 4

Splitit will charge the first installment to your credit or debit card and hold the remaining balance. You will not be able to spend the amount held until the hold is released. The holding period depends on your payment method. (See “How does the ‘hold’ work?”)

Step 5

Every month, on the same date as your first payment, Splitit will charge the same amount to your credit or debit card — and you won’t pay any fees or interest. (See “Why are there no fees or interest?”)

That’s it! You’ll meet your independent immigration attorney as soon as you choose a payment plan and the first installment is charged to your card.


How does the “hold” work?

When you choose a payment plan, Splitit will charge the first installment to your credit or debit card right away. At the same time, they’ll place a hold on your card for the remaining balance of the Boundless flat rate ($950 or $395, depending on your application type). This means that you will not be able to spend the amount held until the hold is released.

How long the hold will last depends on whether you used a credit or debit card:

  • If using a credit card: The hold will be released after Splitit processes your last payment — in other words, after the full Boundless flat rate has been completely paid off. Every month that Splitit charges your card, the hold amount will be reduced proportionally — that is, it will decrease by the same amount as your monthly payment.
  • If using a debit card: The hold will be released within 5 business days of selecting a plan, and the amount that was held will be returned to your bank account.

Sample Payment Schedule


What does a payment schedule look like with a payment plan?

Let’s say you’re applying for a marriage green card ($950 Boundless flat rate). On Jan. 5, you chose to pay in 4 monthly installments of $237.50 each using your credit card. (Please note that the holding period is different when using a debit card.)

Here’s what your payment schedule will look like:

Boundless Flat Rate: $950
Installment Period: 4 months
Payment Plan Start Date (Date of First Installment): Jan. 5
Monthly Installment Amount: $237.50
Charge DateInstallment Amount ChargedRemaining Balance (Amount on Hold)
Jan. 5$237.50$712.50
Feb. 5$237.50$475.00
March 5$237.50$237.50
April 5$237.50$0.00

Eligibility Requirements


To qualify for a payment plan, you simply need to provide a credit card or debit card with a sufficient spending balance to cover the Boundless flat rate ($950 for marriage green cards and $395 for naturalization). Your card will be charged the first installment on the day you choose a payment plan, while the remaining balance of the Boundless flat rate is held. (See “How does the ‘hold’ work?”)

You do not need good credit to qualify. Neither Boundless nor Splitit will conduct a credit check, and signing up for a payment plan will not affect your credit.


Frequently Asked Questions



What is an “installment”?

An “installment” is one of several equal payments made over a fixed period of time, such as 12 months.

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What payment methods can I use?

You may use a Visa or MasterCard credit card or debit card.

American Express and Discover credit cards, as well as prepaid debit cards, may not be used with a payment plan.

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How do I update my billing or personal information for my payment plan?

You can contact Splitit directly if you need to update any information associated with your payment plan. Their number is 1-844-Splitit (1-844-775-4848). For other ways to reach Splitit, please see their Contact page.

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When do the payments start?

Your first payment will be charged the day you select a payment plan. Splitit will then process each future payment on the same date of every following month until the balance is paid off.

For example, if the first installment appeared on your credit-card or checking-account statement on the 5th of the month, all future payments will also appear on your statement on the 5th of each following month.

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How does the “hold” work?

See “How does the ‘hold’ work?

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How do I qualify for a payment plan?

See “Eligibility Requirements.

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If I choose a payment plan, when can I start the Boundless process?

You can start or continue to make progress on your application even before you start making payments, but your independent immigration attorney will contact you within 1 business day after you agree to a payment plan. You will then work together to complete your application.

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Is there a credit check?

Neither Boundless nor Splitit will check your credit, including your credit history and credit score. Signing up for a payment plan will not affect your credit. See “Eligibility Requirements” for more details.

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Why are there no fees or interest?

Your success is our top priority. Boundless covers all fees and interest charged by Splitit so you don’t have to worry about extra costs.

You will not be charged any fees or interest on any of your installments — including any amount held — for the entire duration of your payment plan.

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Are government fees covered by the payment plan?

The payment plan covers only the cost of using Boundless and the legal services provided by your independent immigration attorney ($950 flat for help with a marriage green card and $395 flat for naturalization).

The government filing fees for marriage green cards and for naturalization must be paid separately to the U.S. government.

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What if I no longer wish to use Boundless and want a refund?

Every Boundless customer is protected by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If you’re not satisfied with Boundless within the first 60 days of becoming a customer, we’ll either fix the problem or issue a full refund of all your past payments, and you will not be responsible for any future payments.

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How can I learn more about Splitit?

Please see Splitit’s FAQ page.

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Other questions

Can’t find the answer to your question here? Send an email to help@boundless.com, or chat with us by logging in to your account.

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