We provide EXPERT advice and a FREE Consultation on International Trade & Immigration issues.


Professionally,  we  navigate Immigration and International Trade Laws daily.  As Immigrants and Traders ourselves, we have experienced these laws personally.  Ninety percent of our clients are referred by former clients who TRUST us, because they have experienced effective, efficient solutions,  without complications. 


 We invest in our clients before they invest in us by providing a FREE CONSULTATION designed to determine the most suitable pathway for the client.  Our fees - flat fees only...no hourly fees!


Kirkham Law can 'maximize your chances of a successful Immigration outcome'. 





  • DEFERRED ACTION for Childhood arrivals and Parents of U.S. Citizens


  • Employer
  • Family
  • Investment
  • Self Petition

By ACQUISITION (Birth) Or DERIVATION  (naturalization).   Benefits of citizenship include:-

  • Extended family sponsorship
  • Exempt from removal
  • Right to vote
  • U.S. Passport 


At Kirkham-Law, we understand the global impact of trade in goods and services.  We promote speedy transit by ensuring that shipping and customs documents are fully compliant with national and treaty laws. We provide accurate, and commercially sound advice and representation in the following cases: 



















SLIDES 1-11 below: WTO Cement ANTIDUMPING CASE of Jamaica vs. Dominican Republic. Kirkham Law represented the latter in a successful outcome.  


We will evaluate your individual circumstances, advise you on the best direction to pursue and give you a 'flat fee' quote.  If you decide to retain KIRKHAM LAW as your attorney, we will ask you to sign our Attorney Retainer Contract.  Thereafter we become your lawyer and will immediately commence work on your case.

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Thank you so much to Ms. Kirkham for her excellent work in representing my husband, Ken and I in obtaining his Green Card. Months before, we had hired a highly recommended immigration attorney and were astounded with the many, many errors his firm had made on our forms. We had already paid him $3,000 and he wanted $2,200 more. The forms he sent for us to sign and submit had over 25 errors! We didnt know where to turn, until a former client of Ms. Kirkham referred her. We called and set up an appointment. From that first meeting, we felt very confident in her knowledge of immigration procedures. During this important process we needed peace of mind (especially after our former experience). Her level of professionalism, her attention to detail and conscientiousness was AMAZING! Her forms and the documentation she included with our petition was PERFECT. The process went through without a hitch, a glitch, or a hiccup...In other words....smoothly. AND Ms. Kirkham’s rates are fair and reasonable. Within 4 months Ken and I went for his interview and obtained his Green card, much quicker than we thought possible. I wish I could think of better words to express our sincere appreciation for all Ms. Kirkham did for us.
— Jan and Ken Reid, Sun City Center, FL

I had a serious situation when U.S. Customs seized my entire container of imports. Thankfully I was represented by KIRKHAM LAW. Ms. Kirkham was available every day of the week and worked effectively with the Manufacturer in China and U.S Customs in Tampa, FL to ensure release of my shipment. When it comes to professionalism and competence, I recommend Kirkham Law.
— V. Patel, UNIC Imports, Sarasota, FL

I needed help in applying for my green card. I had researched several lawyers and by chance I heard about Ms. Kirkham who was about to give a seminar on Immigration issues in Ruskin, FL. The bottom line is, there are a lot of lawyers that do Immigration Law, but they don’t have the compassion she has. She cares for her clients as people, not just customers and she is thorough and knows her business. I would recommend her highly.
— John Kropac, Ruskin, FL

Kirkham Law’s experience in International Trade was magnificently manifested in the successful resolution of the Cement Antidumping case of Jamaica vs Dominican Republic in our favor.
— ....Domicem, Dominican Republic
In the area of International Trade Law...the go to firm for astounding work and professionalism is Kirkham Law.
— Canute Salmon, ARC systems - JAMAICA

As part of its obligation under the World Trade Agreement (WTO) Treaty, Jamaica took the decision to establish an Antidumping and Subsidies Commission (ADASC) to conduct investigations into unfair international trading. Ms. Kirkham was hired and her performance in getting this new organization off the ground was outstanding. She guided the design of the public education and training and actively participated in refining the law and drafting the governing regulations. She developed and nurtured relationships with the WTO office in Geneva Switzerland and with similar commissions in Canada, United States, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Trinidad. Three years later Auditors from the WTO singled out the Jamaican Commission as exemplary, and a model for developing countries. This is a tribute to Ms. Kirkham’s stewardship.
— Beverley Morgan, Chairman of ADASC

We appreciate and thank Ms. Kirkham for her penchant for painstaking and hard work and her contribution to the establishment of the Jamaican Trade Remedies Commission, an organization which now holds a lofty position in the Caribbean region as assessed by external observers and experts.
— Phillip Paulwell, Minister of Industry, Commerce and Technology, Jamaica

As a Regional Consultant to the Joint University of the West Indies and World Trade Organization (UWI/WTO) International Trade Policy Courses conducted for public trade officials throughout the Caribbean Region, Ms. Kirkham was selected for her extensive knowledge and experience in International Trade Matters and has made an invaluable contribution.
— Dr. Lucy Eugene, Academic Coordinator UWI/WTO Regional Trade Policy Course

Ms. Kirkham has been an Associate Lecturer for the University of the West Indies graduate courses “World Trading System and International Economic Law”. She is hardworking, conscientious, organized, analytical and thorough and provides practical approaches and invaluable regional perspectives to the practice of International Trade Law.
— Dr. Jessica Byron, Senior Lecturer -UWI Department of Government

U.S. Immigration law is quite confusing to me and although I had been to another lawyer previously, it wasn’t until I hired Kirkham Law that clarity was restored. Ms. Kirkham’s knowledge, conscientiousness and timely updates were remarkable.
— M. Williams, Value Gas - Jamaica

Fernanne Kirkham  - International trade, Customs and immigration Attorney

Admitted to Florida and Jamaica Bar association in 1995 and 1996 respectively.  Focused on excellence, accuracy and reliability, Fernanne understands that all petitions and documentation must be accurate when submitted to governmental agencies as this ensures speedy resolutions for our clients.  Fernanne has provided solid international legal advice and service to governments, universities, international organizations, companies, industries and individuals.  Positions include: the Executive Director of Jamaica's International Trade Commission (the antidumping and subsidies Commission); Co-Lecturer to the WTO and University of the West Indies (UWI) providing International Trade Policy Services and Training to public officials of CARICOM and the Caribbean Region and students in the UWI Masters of Government Program; Lead co-chair for CARICOM in the Free Trade Areas of the Americas trade negotiations; Appointment as a WTO anti-dumping panelist and legal counsel to Jamaica's Fair Trading Commission. Fernanne has made numerous presentations on international trade and immigration matters globally, in Geneva, Brazil, Ecuador, Barbados, Jamaica and the United States. A graduate of Norman Manley Law School, University of Florida College of Law and University of Miami, Fernanne has received specialized training in Immigration and Customs laws; WTO-Trips, Trade Facilitation, and Antidumping, Subsidies and Safeguards Laws; and the practice of trade remedies in the United States and Canada. 


David Chin Yee, Business Development Manager

David's parents were born in China and migrated to Jamaica where he was born.  David migrated to the United States in 2012.  As the Managing Director to Jamaica's oldest travel agency, which turned 75 in 2012, David has eighteen years experience in the travel, immigration and export industry with a vast array of clients from Asia, India, Europe and the Americas.


Nicole Gordon-Hay, Paralegal

Nicole's maternal grandmother hails from Santiago, Cuba and her paternal grandmother from India.  Nicole thrives in an atmosphere of cultural diversity having lived in several countries.  Nicole's mantra is Accuracy matters! She  is detail-oriented and ensures that petitions and documents leave our offices accurate and error free.