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How long dose it take for the secretary of state take to make a decision on. Esa

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  • Ripples
    Ripples Member Posts: 189 Pioneering
    Forgive me but I;m not quite sure what you mean. If you have had a WCA and are waiting for a manager to make a decision that varies 2-4 weeks If this is to do with an appeal then the scenario is different  depending on where you are in the process.
  • janetparkinson
    janetparkinson Member Posts: 8 Listener
    In the appeal says yes but the secretary of state have to say what level how long for a letter please 
  • Ripples
    Ripples Member Posts: 189 Pioneering
    If you have won the first tier appeal then you should hear within four weeks because the paperwork has to go through the system You can always ring the DWP   ( ESA) to see if they can tell you more.,
  • janetparkinson
    janetparkinson Member Posts: 8 Listener
    Thank you it's probably because I brought adishanl evidence  yesterday  sorry about spelling 
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 23,910 Disability Gamechanger
    If you're waiting for a Tribunal decision after your hearing then they will send you a letter within a couple of days. Your post is very confusing because you don't state which stage you're at.

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