Kim Alabasi is fluent in Spanish and brings valuable experience as a licensed independent social worker and teacher in Mexico to her immigration law practice. She has practiced in the area of Immigration since 2004. She earned her undergraduate degree in Spanish/Sociology from Marquette University and later went on to work in Mexico, first as a teacher in Puebla, Mexico for two years, followed by a job with the non-profit group IMIFAP in Mexico City, Mexico. After obtaining her master’s degree in social work from Case Western University, Kim worked for 7 years as bilingual clinical social worker with the Hispanic Unit of the Center for Families & Children in Cleveland. She obtained her law degree from Cleveland State University in 2003 and worked as an immigration attorney at Yomick & Associates prior to starting her own immigration firm, Alabasi & Associates Co LPA, in 2006. In 2013, Kim joined Dworken & Bernstein Co., L.P.A. as their Of Counsel, Immigration Attorney.