Embarkation is Closed

After a memorable decade of practicing law together, the co-founders of Embarkation Law Corporation, Laura Best and Fadi Yachoua, have moved on to new ventures. Embarkation closed its doors on May 1, 2022.

To our clients who entrusted us with their goals and dreams – thank you! Whether you were a refugee fleeing persecution, a family seeking to be reunited, an international student building your career, or an entrepreneur reaching new heights, you inspired us with your courage, ambition, and tenacity.

Fadi continues to practice Canadian immigration, refugee and citizenship law at Yachoua Law Corporation. Laura relocated to Toronto where she practices immigration, refugee and citizenship law at Laura Best Immigration Law. She is also currently working with Legal Aid Ontario on a contract focused on immigration detention until the end of 2022.

You can find our contact information below. We look forward to hearing from you!

Fadi Yachoua

Immigration Lawyer

Laura Best

Immigration Lawyer

Fadi Yachoua

Immigration Lawyer

Laura Best

Immigration Lawyer

Your Stories

Embarkation’s website featured stories about our work and our clients. Here are a few of those stories to give you a glimpse of why we do what we do!

Family Reunification

Embarkation understood the significance of family and the importance of building a future with loved ones. We helped our clients sponsor their family members to Canada – spouses, children, parents, grandparents and other relatives.

Refugee & Humanitarian

We believe that Canada has an important role in offering safe haven to those fleeing persecution and war. For people who cannot safely return to their home countries, we guided them through the refugee determination system.

Students & Skilled Workers

It is no secret that Canada is home to world-class universities and colleges that attract hundreds of thousands of international students every year. Besides the desire to obtain a diploma or degree, many students choose Canada because they also dream of becoming permanent residents and Canadian citizens.

© Embarkation Law Firm 2022