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Adewuyi Joel Olorunfemi was born and raised raised in Nigeria and attended Oyan Grammar School.

He was awarded a scholarship to study Marine Navigation, becoming a ships officer.  After a short career at sea, he emigrated to the UK.

He studied law between 1996 and 1999 at the John Moore’s University in Liverpool and attended the Manchester Metropolitan University for the Bar Vocational Course, obtaining a Post Graduate Diploma in Law.

He was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2001 and  joined a firm of Solicitors in Liverpool as a non-practicing Barrister, working in their Immigration Department from where he acquired tremendous advocacy experience from representing Immigration and Asylum clients at the Immigration Tribunals.

He joined the Law Society in 2005 and continued with his immigration work. As a Solicitor, he continued to acquire more skills, knowledge and experience and deriving joy from very high success rate for his clients. His role brought him praise from ex-clients and colleagues.

Since 2000, he has specialised exclusively in immigration, nationality and asylum and Human Rights law and in 2011 opened his own practice (AJO Solicitors) focusing on the same areas.

Adewuyi is fluent in English and Yoruba but has connections with accredited speakers of many other languages.

He says "Experience of 12 years in immigration practice has taught me a great deal about the unsettling effect of immigration concerns on people whose entry and stay in the UK is subject to immigration control. I have thus derived my passion and commitment in immigration practice from serving immigrants and employers of immigrants with dedication and integrity.

I am outcome-focused and therefore have the end result that will put smiles on a client’s face as the driving force behind my hard work for my clients."

I will personally ensure that your application is handled with the utmost care:

Take full instructions on your immigration matter from you

Assess your immigration matter

Collate relevant documents for your case

Complete all forms and paperwork

Review your entire matter before submitting it to the Home Office

Write to you to keep you informed

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