Align Yourself with the Industry Leaders

Acacia has built an outstanding reputation based on our record of successful visa outcomes. Acacia is 100% dedicated to getting results for our clients and this is driven by:

  • A deep understanding of immigration laws and processes
  • An innovative approach - the ability to come up with solutions where other providers are not able to deliver
  • Capable and determined staff who are dedicated to giving exceptional service

We are recognised as thought leaders in our profession, a position actively maintained by our CEO Mark Webster.

As one of Australia's foremost experts on immigration law, Mark Webster founded Acacia Immigration Australia in 1999. He holds a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Sydney.

Mark has a history of developing innovative immigration solutions for clients, many of which have later become standard practice in the immigration industry. He has also created business systems and processes to streamline and speed up visa outcomes for clients.

Mark has been actively involved with the Migration Institute of Australia (MIA) since 2004 and is a past President of the MIA NSW/ACT and National Treasurer. Mark has written significant policy papers on behalf of the MIA and is regularly involved in high level policy discussions with the Department of Immigration and the Minister's office.

Mark has been featured on ABC Radio's National Interest program hosted by Peter Mares, has been interviewed on SBS News and is quoted in the book "Immigrants: Your Country Needs Them" by Philippe Legrain. Mark also writes regular articles for Acacia's website which are relied upon by tens of thousands of subscribers as their primary source of information on immigration changes.

Mark wrote the chapters on General Skilled Migration and Temporary Workers for the latest edition of "The Immigration Kit" published by the Immigration Advice and Rights Centre (IARC). This is the leading textbook on Australian Immigration Law and is used by migration agents as part of their entry level course to become registered.

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