Joseph Plowright

Joseph Plowright

Call: 1999

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Joe is a dynamic and fearless advocate who has been practicing immigration law for the last 17 years.  He has appeared before the First Tier Tribunal, the Upper Tribunal, the High Court and the Court of Appeal.  His work covers all aspects of immigration law.  He has extensive experience representing vulnerable clients in asylum and immigration matters and his business acumen means that he is also regularly instructed in relation to business immigration.  He has also practiced crime to a high level although he now practices almost exclusively in immigration law.  Joe has appeared on Sky News as commentator on immigration law and he regularly speaks on immigration law at seminars for professionals.

Joe also accepts instructions on a public access basis.

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Immigration Barrister

Notable Cases

AS v SSHD (UT – Judicial Review)

This is an ongoing challenge to the refusal of ILR on the basis of a refusal under paragraph 322(5) of the Immigration Rules.

ADS v SSHD (Admin Court)

Heard before Mr Justice Green in the Administrative Court, the issue was whether or not an applicant should be refused naturalisation on the basis that in his asylum claim of 20 years ago he stated that he was a member of the MPLA in Angola.

DS v SSHD (UT – Appeal)

The issue was whether or not an unmarried partner was entitled to a retained right of residence on the basis of domestic violence given the fact that a married partner would be entitled to a retained right of residence.

VV (grounds of appeal) Lithuania [2016] UKUT 00053 (IAC)

This case was a Home office appeal heard by Mr Justice Holgate and was a timely reminder to all those seeking to appeal an FTT decision on the grounds of inadequacy of reasoning.

MI v SSHD (UT – Judicial Review)

This case involves the curtailment of the applicant’s leave to remain on the basis that they allegedly submitted a fraudulently obtained TOEIC certificate.

Areas of practice


Education & Qualifications


Duke of Edinburgh Scholarship 2000

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Pupil supervisor

Qualified advocacy trainer

Member of ILPA

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