Visabot, a Facebook-owned artificial intelligence tech company, has launched a $150 service to help the Facebook Messenger users navigate through the complicated process of applying for a Green Card.

“We created our own immigration AI so our success rate grows as the bot learns. What you need to do is answer are you a U.S. citizen other thing you should know and the bot will use this info to generate the whole package for you all you have to do is file it with us immigration services,” Visabot COO Andrey Zinoviev announced Tuesday.

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The AI-based service guides you through documentation, application and interviews for the visa application process. The service will let you know — immediately upon entering your data — whether you qualify for a Green Card. It will also arrange for your medical examination from a verified medical examiner, and travel and work and authorization. Without much of a hassle, it will also get your interview scheduled. 

The service is intended to help people save money while applying for Green Cards, O-1 visas (for exceptional individuals), B-2 visas for tourism or business, H1-B, and L-1 visas for skilled professionals. It uses natural language processing and an artificial intelligence technology, called Fido.AI, to navigate through the application process. You can simply have a chat on the messenger to answer the relevant queries.

It can fill out a range of paperwork including:

  • Petition for Alien Relative (USCIS Form I-130)
  • Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary (USCIS Form I-130A )
  • Application to Register Permanent Residence (USCIS Form I-485)
  • Affidavit of Support (USCIS Form I-864)
  • Permission for Work Authorization (Optional) (USCIS Form I-765)
  • Medical Examination Results (USCIS Form I-693)
  • Request for Travel Documents (Optional) (USCIS Form I-131)
  • Appropriate supporting documents

It can also answer questions such as — what if your spouse is pregnant at the time of application? It will also guide through the proper order of documents and the address of the local United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) office. Most importantly, Visabot will give you tips for your citizenship interview and guide you on how to answer the usual questions.

The Visabot can turn out to be particularly useful for the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) applicants, who have been excused from President Trump’s new immigration measures.

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Visabot was launched in November with the slogan: “We help immigrants make America great again.” Apart from Visabot, there are other bots too that offer services to the U.S. citizens. One such example is the DoNotPay bot that helps the citizens of New York, Seattle, and other cities fight traffic tickets.