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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...
  3. 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...
  6. 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...
  7. 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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    Yes, do that. They say that they don't want to...

    Yes, do that.
    They say that they don't want to see anything more than 2-years old but ignore that.
    There is no legal basis for it at all, it's simply an attempt to make you weaken your case.
    If...
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    You should request this once you have an...

    You should request this once you have an appointment date, the sooner the better.

    It says on the ESA50:
    Be aware that their equipment may not be available on the day.
    (Or it may be brought but...
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    Yes they can, and TBH it is a reasonable...

    Yes they can, and TBH it is a reasonable question.

    If you can attend a WCA at their assessment centre then you are expected to do so.
    You can't just say that you would prefer not to, there has to...
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    As things stand they will always call everyone to...

    As things stand they will always call everyone to a face to face interview.

    Then once they send you an appointment date you have to tell them, with doctors evidence, why that is not going to...
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    It will be a review. ESA awards do not end,...

    It will be a review.

    ESA awards do not end, they are always 'ongoing' with no end date.

    But they are reviewed to see if you still qualify for ESA.
    How often depends on what the last review...
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    Looking back at phillius's earlier threads then...

    Looking back at phillius's earlier threads then this is an ESA claim.

    TBH though reading back through them I'm not clear if -

    This is a new claim for 'New Style' CB ESA? Which would require...
  16. Thread: Lcrwa

    by nukecad
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    I think we all agree that if you are found to be...

    I think we all agree that if you are found to be entitled to the ESA component or the UC entitlement then it should be backpaid right back to when you first provide evidence of Limited Capability.
    ...
  17. Thread: Lcrwa

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    It's always been the same, with ESA it was 13...

    It's always been the same, with ESA it was 13 weeks.

    It has to be admitted that they are a lot better with doing UC assessments within the 3 months than they were with doing ESA assements in 13...
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    Like I say you never know with UC what they will...

    Like I say you never know with UC what they will decide at any particular time.

    It may be that, for this month, they are being sensitive about people with disabilities being left destitute.

    Or...
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    You can ask for anything you want to. But with...

    You can ask for anything you want to.

    But with 2 loans already outstanding, and not being repaid yet, then I doubt the answer would be favourable. (But you never know with UC).
    The repayment...
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    No that's simply what your work coach gave you as...

    No that's simply what your work coach gave you as a Claimant Commitment, so that you wouldn't be asked to jobsearch whilst waiting for the limited capability decision to be made.
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    I'm not sure where people are getting this "91...

    I'm not sure where people are getting this "91 days" from?

    With UC is is not a set period but can vary. (ESA was a set 13 weeks).

    The rule is that it's 3 full UC monthly periods, starting after...
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    This is for ESA and not UC? For ESA you can...

    This is for ESA and not UC?

    For ESA you can email a photograph or scan of them which is quicker than posting: (If you haven't got a camera/scanner then the Jobcentre can do it for you)....
  23. Thread: Lcrwa

    by nukecad
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    That will be from when you reapplied in Jun 2019....

    That will be from when you reapplied in Jun 2019.

    Any previous applications don't count because you were found Fit for Work. (If you had gone through with the appeal and won then that would be...
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    Yep, an ESA3 is the form to report a change of...

    Yep, an ESA3 is the form to report a change of circumstances to an existing ESA claim.
    (Such as getting married).

    It's a good sign that they are treating this as something that is a change and...
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    They can take time to be approved and show up for...

    They can take time to be approved and show up for other users to see.

    It's visible now but I'm not sure that it tells us much extra from what you have already said.
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