Pooja Sethi, Esq. has been practicing in the legal arena for more than 14 years. She is passionate about working in Immigration because she likes to help people and also enjoys the strategic solutions that she is able to provide for small companies. As an experienced Attorney, Pooja analyzes each case individually, and zealously advocates for each client that comes to the firm. She has worked with Clients helping them with their path to Citizenship, helping Artists from India obtain their Entertainment Visas, and has worked extensively with Technology Companies on obtaining visas for their Employees. She prides herself on staying up to date on the most recent Immigration reform, and often holds Speaking Engagements and Clinics to teach others about the Immigration Law arena. EDUCATION Syracuse College of Law, Juris Doctorate (2005); Deans List The George Washington University, B.A. (2002)
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENTS American Immigration Law Association, Member American Gateways Refugee Law Nonprofit, Volunteer Attorney Asian American Resource Center Immigration Law Committee, Member South Asian Austin Moms Nonprofit, President and Founder
LEGAL PUBLICATIONS “Convention Against Torture and Habeas Corpus Petition, Wang v. Ashcroft”, Paper published by Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, Summer 2004 Volume.
“National Stolen Property Act, United States of America v. Schultz”, Paper published by Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, Summer 2004 Volume.