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    Yes you can ask for a review (reconsideration) of...

    Yes you can ask for a review (reconsideration) of these PIP review decisions. (and for the IB-ESA review decisions).
    They are decisions about an award of benefit and as such can be MR'd and...
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    The current plan is sometime between Nov 2020 and...

    The current plan is sometime between Nov 2020 and the end of 2024.

    But we all know that plans change and things like this always take longer than planned.
  3. There is guidance on how to make your appeal and...

    There is guidance on how to make your appeal and what happens at what stage: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/how-to-appeal-a-decision-by-dwp-sscs1a

    You don't need to go into detail in...
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    It's the sort of thing that good forum...

    It's the sort of thing that good forum moderators check - Posts or othet things that look a bit strange. (Hint).
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    I believe that Moses007 is some kind of...

    I believe that Moses007 is some kind of spammer/spambot that is meant to be adding links to financial advice services but is getting it wrong and not adding the links.

    The nature of his posts to...
  6. Thread: Esa tribunal q

    by nukecad
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    Sounds like a good compromise result. (As long as...

    Sounds like a good compromise result. (As long as the judge accepts it).

    The tribunal courts are normally quite accommodating to special needs requests.
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    I'm not sure of the actual numbers left to do,...

    I'm not sure of the actual numbers left to do, but the latest WCA statistics published this month says:...
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    Hi leo, I've already answered in detail in...

    Hi leo,

    I've already answered in detail in your thread: https://www.youreable.com/forums/showthread.php?29717-Esa-mandatory-reconsideration&p=166080&viewfull=1#post166080
    (Basically I advise to...
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    Hence my comment about flying pigs. :p PS....

    Hence my comment about flying pigs. :p

    PS. There are still people waiting to migrate from IB/IS to ESA, and there is provision in the UC migration rules to migrate from IB/IS straight to UC - so...
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    They seem to be having problems with their own...

    They seem to be having problems with their own guidance on MR's at the moment, and requiring MR's in writing even though their own rules say you can ask over the phone (or by enail, or on a UC...
  11. Thread: Esa tribunal q

    by nukecad
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    You can attend the tribunal with a representative...

    You can attend the tribunal with a representative and/or you can bring a friend or relative for support.

    But I think that you are asking about someone going instead of the claimant?

    If the...
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    The WCA process is exactly the same for both ESA...

    The WCA process is exactly the same for both ESA and UC, so reassessments are required in both.
    If you have both CB ESA and UC then the one WCA (reassessment) counts for both benefits.

    The main...
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    Before a longer answer I do need to ask- Have...

    Before a longer answer I do need to ask-

    Have you reqested an MR?

    Your first post said you had, but your last post says that you missed the 1-month.

    So did you make an MR?
    And if so did...
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    See that link to moneyadvice that I gave above....

    See that link to moneyadvice that I gave above. (It's from last year so inflation will have made it even more by now).



    NatWest calculate it a bit lower at £9,365.

    Of course those are worked...
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    Unfortunately then unless you had the Severe...

    Unfortunately then unless you had the Severe Disability Premium with your ESA then they are correct and it's a new claim so has to be for Universal Credit.

    That's because a "Rapid Reclaim" (that's...
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    I'm not sure that you have been using the...

    I'm not sure that you have been using the calculators correctly, or may be forgeting other factors.

    To start with in your particular case you will be no worse off when Managed Migrated to UC than...
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    That all sounds fine. As you rent from the...

    That all sounds fine.

    As you rent from the council then all your rent should be covered by UC.

    Council tax I don't know because every council has different rules.

    He can put in a claim for...
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    Your CB ESA and your PIP will remain outside of...

    Your CB ESA and your PIP will remain outside of UC, I'll explain a bit more how it works below.

    It will still be 'Old Style' CB ESA; 'New Style' CB ESA is only for brand new claims.

    If your...
  19. You say she lives alone, as long as she is not...

    You say she lives alone, as long as she is not part of a 'mixed age' couple - ie. has a partner who is below pension age - then;

    As a pensioner she should be claiming Housing Benefit, so that's...
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    Take your own time, we know it can sometimes be...

    Take your own time, we know it can sometimes be difficult.

    You've already told us a lot more than some people can about your ESA and living situation, that helps clarify things.

    I'm still...
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    Yes, get fit notes, but you don't necessarily...

    Yes, get fit notes, but you don't necessarily need to send them in yet.
    You can send them now if you want to, and you can do it online to make it easier: https://www.gov.uk/send-fit-note
    Whatever...
  22. Thread: ESA question

    by nukecad
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    It may be something to do with the fact that they...

    It may be something to do with the fact that they stopped doing reassessments for 2 years between 2104 - 2016 and everyone due a reassessment in those 2 years simply got a 2 year extension.
    (I...
  23. Thread: Stopping Esa

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    With a Natural Migration to UC your ESA will be...

    With a Natural Migration to UC your ESA will be paid up to the date you claim UC, so there could be up to 2 weeks ESA still to be paid depending on where you were in your ESA payment cycle when you...
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    Leo12, sorry for the delay. Please click on...

    Leo12, sorry for the delay.

    Please click on this for instructions on how to start your own threads:
    How to start a new thread.
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    Sticky: How to start a new thread.

    To start your own new threads:


    Click on "Forum" in the menu bar at the top of the page.

    Pick which forum bests suits your question. (Usually "Benefits -help & advice......").
    Click on the...
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