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    Question Advice on supporting ESA letter?

    Hi, my partner is going to write a letter for me to include with my ESA claim form.

    My partner used to work with me years ago so she could talk about the difficulties I faced in work. Would that be a good thing to include?
    Any other advice on what things to include would be really appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    Hi dinkmack,you need a supporting letter off your GP,and a print off of your medication that you're on,send that with your claim form...wouldn't bother sending a letter off your partner,it wont count for anything..hope that helps

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    In my opinion it would be wise to send a supporting letter from your partner and it certainly wouldn't do any harm. If they ignore it the so be it. The more supporting evidence you can send the better.

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