Avoiding Immigration Pitfalls

We’ve got good news and bad news.

The bad news is, the immigration system is complicated and full of potential traps and roadblocks. (For more details, take a deep breath and read this lengthy list of things that could go wrong.)

The good news is, Boundless will help you avoid such errors and maximize the chance of success for your marriage-based green card application.

We help you avoid immigration pitfalls by:

  • guiding you through each step toward completing your green card application package
  • making sure that your application package is reviewed by an independent attorney
  • mailing you the entire printed package with clear instructions on how to sign and submit it
  • sending you timely updates and reminders from the moment you send off your completed package to the moment you receive your green card

All of this costs only $500 (plus government filing fees)—there are no hidden charges.

Let’s take a closer look at the many common pitfalls and worries that Boundless will help you avoid:

Are we eligible for a marriage-based green card?

Do we have enough money to satisfy the income requirements? Will we have an issue with prior immigration violations or criminal records?

Boundless helps you demystify these issues and understand your options—and if you have any remaining questions, you can ask the independent immigration attorney.

Did we make a mistake on our application forms?

There are so many forms—did we fill out the right ones? Did we provide the right information? Did we forget to fill in a box somewhere?

Boundless translates the government’s complicated forms and instructions into a clear series of questions, so you know exactly what information is necessary to provide. Our technology is designed to catch accidental errors—and the independent attorney review provides an extra failsafe.

Did we make a mistake in the supporting documents?

There are so many required documents—did we include everything? How do we prove that our marriage is real? Did we provide the proper translations for everything that isn’t in English?

With Boundless, you don’t have to photocopy or print out your supporting documents, or worry about how to arrange them. We’ll tell you what’s required, and then all you have to do is scan or snap a picture of the document and upload it to your secure online account.

Did we mess up the filing process?

This application package has so many different parts—did we miss anything? Did we write out the check for government fees properly, and is it for the right amount? Did we sign every form that needs a signature? Are we even sending this package to the right address?

Boundless prints out the whole green card application just for you—including all required forms and supporting documents—and mails it to you in a beautiful package that meets the government’s precise preferences. (We got a two-hole puncher so you don’t have to!)

This package comes with clear instructions, so you’ll know exactly where to sign and what extra items are required.

We also include an envelope that’s already stamped and addressed to just the right destination at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), so all you have to do is drop by the local post office and send off your application package.

Are we doing anything wrong while we wait?

Now that we’ve submitted the green card application package and know how long we have to wait, are we missing any important deadlines? Is the lack of updates from the government normal or should we be worried?

Long after you’ve submitted your green card application package, Boundless sticks with you—helping you stay on top of the fingerprint appointment, interview preparation, any required follow-on forms, and every other important milestone along the way.

We want to celebrate with you at the moment you receive your green card. Let’s get started!

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Boundless provides you with an easy-to-use, step-by-step online tool so you can complete your marriage-based green card application process with confidence.

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