New funding: Seattle startup Boundless landed $25 million to help support people through the immigration process. The software: The company’s technology streamlines how immigrants get in touch with lawyers and file applications for spousal visas and U.S. citizenship. It has helped more than 70,000 families through the immigration process. Boundless spun out of Pioneer Square Labs in 2017. Roller coaster: The past four years have been tumultuous for Boundless in between the Trump administration’s immigration policies and the pandemic both shutting down travel and slowing processing at embassies and consulates.