Specialist Migration Support For The LGBT+ Community
As Proud Member's of ACON's Welcome Here Project:
+ We welcome & include LGBT+ people
+ We create positive change in our local community
+ We celebrate LGBT+ diversity
A Fully Licenced Australian Immigration and Citizenship Firm
1. Receive Personal Attention On Your Case 2. Work Directly With An Expert, Not An Assistant 3. Fixed Fees And Payment Plans For Every Case - Guaranteed
Who Do We Help?
Embark Migration represents individual and corporate clients in all areas of Australian immigration law. The firm has built a reputation on providing specialist assistance for partner visa cases and LBGT+ immigration matters.
Specialist focus on partner and family visas
Our principal agent has 25+ years government experience
Fixed-fees so you don't get any costly surprises
Extremely high records of successful results
Founded by former Australian immigration staff
SOME OF OUR AVAILABLE SERVICES
We know the Australian visa process is confusing, stressful and expensive. Embark Migration provides a range of professional immigration assistance including 20 or 60-minute consultations and application checking services.
Our licenced and registered consultants can also provide start-to-finish services for all Australian visa matters. As part of our process, your consultant can advise which services are suitable to you depending on your needs and budget.
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