Boundless in the News


Boundless helps immigrants and the broader public understand the changing immigration system



Seattle, la nouvelle Silicon Valley

Seattle, la nouvelle Silicon Valley

“Portée par un meilleur niveau de qualité de vie, la cité émeraude séduit de plus en plus de start-up de la tech et attire de nombreux talents. L’analyse de Jérôme Masurel, cofondateur de 50 Partners, à l’occasion d’une expédition au coeur de cet écosystème.”

English:
“Driven by a better quality of life, the emerald city is attracting more and more start-up tech and attracts many talents. The analysis of Jérôme Masurel, co-founder of 50 Partners, on the occasion of an expedition in the heart of this ecosystem.”

February 1, 2018



Startups are hacking past new immigration rules

Startups are hacking past new immigration rules

Growing up on the East Coast, Romish Badani was never lonely, yet he was also constantly aware of the unpredictability that marked family reunions that often hinged on a visa officer’s discretion.”

December 17, 2017


Nuevos modelos que pueden ser muy rentables

Nuevos modelos que pueden ser muy rentables

Paquetes de atención legal online a inmigrantes, la empresa que habría montado Cyrano de Bergerac y otro intento de hincarle el diente a las reservas en grupo.”

English:
Online legal help packages for immigrants, the business that Cyrano de Bergerac would have built and another attempt to sink teeth into group reservations.

December 3, 2017


Meet the Seattle 10: Hot startups transform everything from housing to food production

Meet the Seattle 10: Hot startups transform everything from housing to food production

It’s time to meet The Seattle 10, our annual list of 10 of the most exciting and groundbreaking startups from the Seattle region. These cutting-edge companies cross a range of industries — from cloud computing to artificial intelligence to healthcare — and offer a glimpse into future technologies that may emerge from our region.”

November 7, 2017




Tech for good: Filling in the government’s gaps

Tech for good: Filling in the government’s gaps

“While traditional industries can get away with ignoring broader social ills or hot-button political issues, tech companies big and small are increasingly expected to solve the former and speak out on the latter — a position that’s either totally fair or a too-high standard depending on who you ask.”


Immigrating to the U.S.? These tech services can help

Immigrating to the U.S.? These tech services can help

“If you’re thinking of moving to the United States, you might be concerned that now isn’t a good time. The wall hasn’t been built, but President Donald Trump has kept his promise to crack down on immigration into the country. Those measures come on top of what is already a maze of an entry system that politicians on both sides have long called broken.”



Immigration startup Boundless launches tools to streamline applying for a marriage-based green card

Immigration startup Boundless launches tools to streamline applying for a marriage-based green card

“It can take anywhere from nine months to three years for a would-be immigrant to the U.S. to receive feedback on a marriage-based green card application — and that’s after the laborious process of compiling all the necessary paperwork to apply. Boundless CEO Xiao Wang calls the waiting period “the pit of despair” and today his team is launching a new product in the hopes of alleviating some of that desperation.”