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First time applying for PIP- how long?

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cazza62
cazza62 Community member Posts: 60 Contributor
edited April 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA
morning  I am new to this site 
I have fibromyalgia and was diagnosed in June of last year but I do believe I have this for a while anyway I was told to apply for pip I don't claim any benefits and still currently working I have gone 30 hours down to 15 had to move depts.
had f2f assessment last Wednesday 28/3/18 just phoned wdp to see if the report had been received but not as yet can anyone tell me how long is the process thank you cazza62   

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  • lindadenise
    lindadenise Community member Posts: 302 Empowering
    edited April 2018
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    Takes around 4/6 weeks where i live. It can take  up to 8 weeks.
  • tryingmybest
    tryingmybest Community member Posts: 27 Connected
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    Took about 6 weeks for face to face assesment & then 4 weeks for mandatory consideration & then 3months for tribunal ! X 
  • cazza62
    cazza62 Community member Posts: 60 Contributor
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    thank you lindadenise x
  • cazza62
    cazza62 Community member Posts: 60 Contributor
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    tryingmtbest that's not good at all why do they have to put use through this so sorry for this x 
  • whistles
    whistles Community member Posts: 1,583 Championing
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    Four weeks I think.
    Do not follow me, I don't know where I am going.
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