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Boundless is happy to announce that you can now pay for our service over time while continuing to make progress on your application.

We have partnered with Splitit to give you the option of paying the Boundless fee — $750 for marriage-based green cards and $395 for naturalization — in 2–12 monthly installments, interest-free! (An “installment” means a partial payment.) Payment plans start at $62.50 per month for marriage-based green cards and $33 per month for naturalization. Boundless will even cover all fees and interest to make everything more affordable for you.

Here are some sample payment plans:

12

Months

Marriage Greed Card

$62.50


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 Greed Card

$125

Per Month

0% APR for
qualified customers


Naturalization

$66

Per Month

0% APR for
qualified customers

2

Months

Marriage Greed Card

$375

Per Month

0% APR for
qualified customers


Naturalization

$197.50

Per Month

0% APR for
qualified customers


Frequently Asked Questions


How does the payment plan work?

Once you’re ready to engage your independent immigration attorney, you will have two options for paying the Boundless fee:

  1. Pay the entire fee upfront with a credit or debit card.
  2. Split the fee into 2–12 interest-free monthly payments over 2–12 months, using your existing Visa or MasterCard credit card.

If you’re eligible to pay by installment, Splitit will place a hold on your credit card for the full amount of the Boundless fee and will charge only the first installment amount, according to your payment plan. Splitit will then charge the same amount to your credit card each month — each time reducing the amount of the hold — until the full Boundless fee is paid


If I have 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 one business day after you agree to a payment plan. You will then work together to complete your application.


How do I qualify for a payment plan?

To qualify, you simply need to provide a credit card with a sufficient limit to cover the amount of the hold, which is the equivalent of the Boundless fee. Neither Boundless nor Splitit will conduct a credit check.


When will the payments start?

Your first payment begins on the day you purchase our service and select a payment plan. Splitit will then process each future payment on the same day of the month that you made the first installment.

For example, if the first installment appeared on your credit card statement on the 8th day of the month, all future payments will also appear on the 8th of each month.


How does Boundless offer a payment plan without any interest?

Boundless has decided to pay all fees and interest charged by Splitit so you don’t have to worry about any extra costs. Your success is our highest priority.


Are government fees covered in the payment plan?

At this time, the payment plan covers only the cost of the services provided by Boundless and the independent immigration attorney ($750 total for marriage-based green cards and $395 for naturalization). The government filing fees for marriage-based green cards and for naturalization must still be paid separately to the U.S. government.


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

You will have the security of our Satisfaction Guarantee. If you are not satisfied with our service, Boundless will issue a full refund of all your past payments, and you will not be responsible for any future payments.


How can I learn more about how Splitit works?

For more information, please see Splitit’s Frequently Asked Questions page.



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