Princy Sethi-Wadhwa, with 8+ years of legal experience, thoroughly enjoys the practice of law, and puts a 100% of her head and heart into every case. She has effectively handled complex and demanding matters on behalf of Companies as well as Individuals.

Princy’s Immigration related clients know her best for accurately presenting their cases before USCIS, for successfully reinstating the status of individuals who have accidently let their status lapse, and for keeping those who have been misguided, and are about to lose their status, remain in the United States.  She also has obtained approvals for 100s of cases after responding to complicated Requests for Evidence and Immigration/DOL Audits.  

Her Family Law clients appreciate her for handling their legal needs in the most cost-effective manner for them, while simultaneously guiding them through difficult and highly emotional family break-ups.  

Princy’s Business Law clients value the comprehensive analysis of their business goals and objectives, along with the clearly drafted contracts/agreements representing their rights and obligations.

Last but not least, Princy's Estate Planning clients are delighted by the fact that she takes the time to brainstorm with, and understand the circumstances of, each individual before capturing their desires and needs into legal documents.

An active participant in the DFW and legal community, Princy has spoken on complicated H1-B issues at the Texas Chapter conference of the American Immigration Lawyer’s Association (AILA), and at events arranged by the Greater Dallas Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (GDIACC) and other organizations. She is also accustomed to taking to the airwaves and answering legal questions at large. 

Princy has been recognized for her commitment to the compassionate and passionate practice of law in the Asian newspaper, Voice of Asia, as well as in the weekly legal newspaper, The Texas Lawyer.

Princy’s most recent pro-bono commitment is to regularly host legal clinics for the benefit of underprivileged individuals. In the past, she has worked with victims of domestic abuse and has volunteered at legal aid clinics hosted by the Salvation Army as well as the Indian Association of North Texas (IANT). 

Princy's prior legal experience includes working as an attorney for a boutique law firm as well as for one of the largest Immigration law firms in Dallas, Texas; a position in  Andersen's internal litigation department; a clerkship for the Houston Immigration Court; a clerkship for the 5th District (Family) Courts of New Mexico; and internships at the Immigration and Civil Clinics at the University of Houston. She is also a certified mediator.

Princy received her Juris Doctor from the University of Houston Law Center, and graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of New Mexico with degrees in Economics and Asian Studies.  A member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, Princy has served as the President of the Asian American Law Student Association; a board officer of the Student Bar Association; and a member of various other student-faculty committees while in college and law school.

Princy is fluent in English, Hindi, and Punjabi.