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I ve been waiting 11 weeks now for my pip appeal. I rang them and they said another 24 weeks. Why does it take so long.

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  • debkenzo
    debkenzo Member Posts: 110 Pioneering
    It takes so long because of the number of people who are appealing.  There are not enough Judges!  Good news is that most appeals do win their cases.  Sit tight because we are all in for a long wait.  I have been waiting for an appeal date since September 2017. :(

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