Alina Luna

Senior Paralegal

About Alina


I was born in Mexico City, but I was raised in a small city in the State of Mexico. When I lived in that small city, I dreamed of going to law school and being the first female governor of the State of Mexico. When I was twelve years old, I had to put that dream aside because it was time to reunite with my family in the United States. As an immigrant, I have the ability and capacity to understand our client’s stories. I’m aware that each story is unique; however, all stories have something in common, the desire to have a future with opportunities and to be able to live without fear.

Thankfully I had the great opportunity to go through an immigration process to obtain a legal status in this country. Now, I have the moral obligation to exercise part of my dream. It is not necessary for me to have been the first female governor of the State of Mexico to help, contribute, and serve the community. I now have the ability to help people inside and outside the United States who are looking for a prosperous future.

My experience has taught me that being informed is the best tool a person can have. For this reason, it is extremely important for me that people understand their legal process and stay informed. My personal story has helped me find different ways to assist our clients and make it easier for them to understand their cases, simply by doing what I would have liked somebody to have done for me.

I completed my education in Atlanta, GA, but I still have a long way to go. I started working at Klinke Immigration in March 2014 and during this time, I have had the opportunity to attend several immigration conferences and had the great opportunity to speak at one. In this career, you never stop learning. Before Klinke Immigration, due to my Spanish and English skills, I was able to work for more than seven years in customer and financial services in predominantly Hispanic businesses.

Outside work, I really enjoy traveling around the world. My job has given me the opportunity to get to know different cultures through our clients. I dedicate my free time to my family and we enjoy traveling to new countries to learn from their beautiful cultures. Every chance I can, I return to that small city of the State of Mexico to reconnect. I can proudly say that it will always be my roots, but Atlanta will always be my home.