This article was published on November 5, 2014

VisaEase officially launches its service for simplifying the US visa and Green Card process


VisaEase officially launches its service for simplifying the US visa and Green Card process
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VisaEase is marking the official launch of its immigration assistance service after completing a one-year beta. Customers can choose from a self-service option or an attorney-reviewed service.

The startup worked directly with immigration attorneys to create its user flow. Currently, VisaEase specializes in green cards, individual visas and citizenship, but it’s considering expanding into business visas as well.

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During its beta phase, the company boasted a 100 percent approval rate for applications completed on its platform. That perfect number will probably drop in the future, but, at least for now, VisaEase has been successful at helping customers come to and stay in the US.

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