This week, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that from this point forward, it will start accepting credit card payments for pretty much every type of required filing fee.This is really, really good news!Let us count the ways:All common… View Article
With the Senate engaged in open-ended debate on immigration this week, lawmakers are focused on how (and whether) to protect Dreamers, the nearly 2 million undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children. Predicting what the Senate—let… View Article
Find out what’s new with U.S. immigration in this month’s Visa Bulletin Breakdown by Doug Rand, U.S. immigration policy expert and co-founder of Boundless.
Adam and Charmay shared their immigration journey with the Boundless Team. Adam, a Detroit resident, married Charmay in the Philippines in June of 2015.
– Update January 22, 2 pm ET –The government reached an agreement to fund through February 8. Even though the government shutdown was resolved today, the following information is relevant given that there may be another shutdown in the near… View Article
Learn how to understand the green card waiting lists in this edition of our Visa Bulletin Analysis. By U.S. Immigration policy expert, Doug Rand.
Immigration expert Doug Rand shares his observations, and predictions, for legal immigration in 2018. It’s going to be a big year! Learn more about it here.
Madeline and Jonathan shared their immigration story with the Boundless Team. The Minnesotan married her Chilean husband in Texas in September of 2017.
The January 2018 Visa Bulletin brings some modest movement in wait times for both the family-based (“FB”) and employment-based (“EB”) green card categories.
Work permit applications are taking around 4.5–5 months to process, or in some cases up to 7 months. Travel permit applications are taking up to 5 months.