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Uncategorized blog posts from Boundless Immigration.


Have a Happy Thanksgiving

November 23, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving from Boundless! Here are some cozy links to enjoy ahead of the holiday.


#BoundlessCouple: Ryan and Ryeojin

May 13, 2021

Originally from Maine, Ryan has spent his entire career abroad, from the Middle East to Europe, and for over ten years in business development with various multinational organizations in Shanghai, China.Ryeojin is from Seoul, South Korea and worked with the… View Article


#BoundlessCouple: Mina and Mike

March 25, 2021

Mina and Mike met five years ago when they were both students in Chicago. Mina, who is originally from Colombia, was studying for her undergraduate degree, while Mike was a graduate student in architecture. The couple weathered a long distance… View Article


#BoundlessCouple: Flora and Pepe

January 11, 2021

Flora and Pepe met while both were working in the United States. Flora, who is from Brazil, came to the country on an H1B work visa, while Pepe — originally from Spain — secured a green card through his work…. View Article


#BoundlessCouple: Ruan and Shawn

June 13, 2019

Ruan relocated to the United States from South Africa in 2013 to build up his career. But he had no plans to make the United States his home. Then he met and fell in love with Shawn, from Alabama, and… View Article


Boundless Featured Nonprofit: API Chaya

May 30, 2019

At Boundless, immigrants come first, and we want to give visibility to organizations that share our mission and values. That’s why we’ve decided to occasionally feature one nonprofit organization whose work we admire and donate $250 to their cause as… View Article



Boundless Featured Nonprofit: Mission Asset Fund

April 8, 2019

At Boundless, immigrants come first, and we want to give visibility to organizations that share our mission and values. That’s why we’ve decided to occasionally feature one nonprofit organization whose work we admire and donate $250 to their cause as… View Article


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