Caymanian has answers

The idea of opening her own business was always a life-long dream for one aspiring Caymanian.

Today the Cayman Island High School graduate, mother of two boys – Dennis and Christopher – and wife of Dennis Fennell has made good on that promise.

Sabrina Fennell is now the owner and president/CEO of Cayman Immigration Consultant Services at Suite #11, Rankine Plaza.

Mrs. Fennell is motivated by just being able to assist people. She loves dancing, cooking, talking laughing and interacting with people and is the daughter of the late Kathleen Smith, lovingly known as Kay Smith, and grew up on Elgin Avenue in George Town.

‘The primary focus of the business is the client,’ said Mrs. Fennell. ‘We want to keep those using our services informed at all times as well as ensuring that our clients are all in accordance with the Immigration Laws of the Cayman Islands.

‘We guarantee a 24- hour submission to Immigration or any other related entity and promise to work with the client until a decision has been reached.’

Officially opened in April, the business offers assistance with work permits, permanent residence, trade and business, Cayman Status, business staffing plans, naturalization, visas, notary public services and general consultation on Immigration policies and services.

After an extensive research regarding Immigration services on the island, along with her wealth of knowledge and experience in relation to Immigration laws, policies and procedures, Mrs. Fennell said there was no doubt in her mind that her expertise would be an asset to the Cayman community.

After serious consideration, support from family and three very special friends, Dena Scott, Ursula Glatzader and Irvin Bennett she tendered her resignation from the Immigration Department.

She does not only come with a wealth of knowledge on Immigration issues, she is also a graduate License Practical Nurse.

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