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UC50 they have requested my medical records

lizzieloz30
lizzieloz30 Member Posts: 57 Courageous
edited November 2018 in Universal Credit (UC)
Hi,

Spoke to UC50 people today & they told me they have written to my Doctors for my medical records, to make a decision on whether I need to come in for a WCA or not. Is this good or bad?

Comments

  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 23,924 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi,

    It doesn't mean anything other than they've requested a report from your GP. Most people have a face to face assessment, it's rare to have a paper based assessment.
  • wilko
    wilko Member Posts: 2,415 Disability Gamechanger
    After having my PIP acessment I was due to attend a  WCA but when I enquired about transportation I was told a dession had been made and I was placed in the support group.I have had all my medical records requested for insurance purposes which was an on going success. 
  • lizzieloz30
    lizzieloz30 Member Posts: 57 Courageous
    Hi @wilko I had my PIP assessment on the 25th October, just waiting for a decision. 

    The UC50 form should have been sent out to me months ago, as i've been submitting sicknotes for most of this year. They kept fobbing me off with excuses & in the end I went mad and they ended up sending me the UC50 form out and apologised it hadn't taken so long. 

    They received my UC50 form back on the 25th October & they have now said they have written to my doctor and then they will make a decision if I have to have a f2f or not. 
  • wilko
    wilko Member Posts: 2,415 Disability Gamechanger
    It up to your doctor on how quick the reply is sent and the information sent will be the deciding factor as to if you hav a F2F.

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