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Received letter regarding ESA. What does it mean?

kitty1233 Member Posts: 7 Listener
Hi. I've just joined and wanted to say hello plus need some help. I'm on ESA and have just got a letter in saying they are doing a home visit next week. It says they need to clarify some information but their purpose is not to discuss issues regarding my condition. Has anyone had this before and what does it mean. I'm worried sick. Thanks



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