Medical Assessment Change for Australian visas

The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has announced that from the 20th of November 2015, changes to determining requirements for medical assessments for Australian visas will commence.  The legal changes are good news for visa applicants and will make it much simpler to understand what will be required … ...

Record numbers of International Students are commencing studies in Australia

  Student visas, a quick fact.  The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has just released statistics showing that there were almost 375,000 international student visa holders in Australia at the end of June 2015.  That’s the highest number of international students in this decade as a result of more … ...

Australian Border Force Strike action on 9 November 2015 at international airports

Be prepared for delays if you’re traveling in or out of an Australian international airport next Monday, the 9th of November.  The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has provided information about pending Australian Border Force Strike action at airports, shipping ports and other international facilities. The action may … ...

Obligation free assessment of your visa options

We are pleased to advise that we have now updated our website enquiry and contact forms to make it much easier to ask us your questions about Australian visas.  You can now send us a general enquiry, ask us about studying in Australia and course selection or send us a … ...

What is the Skilled Occupation List?

So, we often get asked, what is the Skilled Occupation List? The Skilled Occupation List is created by the Department of Immigration which provides a list of acceptable occupations which are eligible immigration to Australia. There are actually two different lists, the ‘Skilled Occupation List’ (SOL) and the ‘Consolidated Skilled … ...

Welcome to Embark Migration

The Australian visa system is extremely complicated and many people seek our assistance to fully understand what their options are to obtain an Australian visa. Whether you are still in your home country or already in Australia our services have been designed to help you achieve your goals.  Our Registered … ...

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 LBGTIQ+ immigration matters.


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.
Contact us for a free case assessment
Phone (Local): 1300 803 888 | Phone (Int'l): +61 2 8006 8388


Embark Migration provides specialist immigration and services to help our clients achieve their goals for Australian permanent or temporary residence through a variety of visa pathways.


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