A chatbot lawyer DoNotPay helps immigrants to settle the issue of accommodation for free

10 March 2017
A chatbot lawyer DoNotPay helps immigrants to settle the issue of accommodation for free

DoNotPay is a well-known chatbot. Created by the American student Joshua Browder, it helped hundreds of thousands of users to avoid paying tickets for parking and cope with other legal issues.

Now the chatbot lawyer has a new function – it helps potential immigrants and vulnerable segments of population to fill in the application form for seeking asylum in Great Britain, Canada and the USA.

You can communicate with the smart bot DoNotPay in Facebook messenger in English. A virtual lawyer asks various questions and then offers variants of answers. At the end the bot creates an application form for immigration or asylum.

The developer promises that the bot will soon become available on WhatsApp platform. Moreover, in the long run, the bot will become a polyglot, so you won’t have to learn English to speak to it.

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