Since Maybeline graduated from college, she knew that she wanted to become an immigration lawyer. That is why after graduating she worked with immigrant mothers in Camden, NJ, and taught them about their rights and how to access to the health care system. She subsequently worked at Catholic Charities in Newark, NJ, where she provided unaccompanied minors legal orientation and taught them their legal rights. Maybeline also referred the case for pro bono representation and helped the children to navigate the legal and educational systems. During law school, Maybeline interned at the New York Legal Assistance Group and helped victims of domestic violence to adjust their status. Lastly, at the Seton Hall Law Immigration Clinic, Maybeline worked on U-Visa and asylum cases. Her host organization is the New York Legal Assistance Group, where she helps unaccompanied children and victims of domestic violence.