Boundless Immigration, a Seattle, WA-based organization that empowers families to navigate the immigration system, raised $25M in Series B funding.
The funding, which brought total amount raised to $45.3m, was led by Foundry Group, joined by new investors Emerson Collective and Jerry Yang from AME Cloud Ventures. Existing investors Forefront Venture Partners, Industry Ventures, Pioneer Square Labs, Trilogy Equity Partners, and Two Sigma Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to triple the size of its team over the next two years, invest in new technology and operations, as well as introduce new products to support immigrant families.
Led by Xiao Wang, CEO and co-founder, Boundless Immigration is dedicated to empowering all families to navigate the immigration system via an online platform. The company has already helped tens of thousands of people apply for green cards and U.S. citizenship while providing access to independent immigration attorneys.
To date, Boundless Immigration has helped more than 70,000 families through the immigration process.
Last September, the company acquired RapidVisa and added five new categories it supported through technology. It also expanded its global footprint, adding offices in Las Vegas, Manila, and Cebu City, Philippines in addition to its current Seattle headquarters.