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esa3 form disability premium back pay

afells
afells Member Posts: 22 Connected
Hi I'm new here and wondering if anyone can give me advice? I have received a letter advising me I may have missed out on disability premiums from 2012...I have been sent a esa3 form. I'm currently on esa contribution based and in the support group plus pip. my questions are.... I was single up until 18 months ago, I now live with my partner and he works full time, this does not affect my contribution based esa...am I still entitled to back pay for the time i was single? and if I am entitled to the back pay, will I be changed over to income based esa? As if this is the case, I won't be eligible as my partner works full time. I have read a few different things. many thanks 

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  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,167 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi,

    Any back pay they may owe you depends on many things, so i'm afraid you'll have to wait for them to make a decision and this can take 12 weeks.

    If you're owed any back pay then this won't change you to Income Related, you'll remain on CB.
  • Pippa_Alumni
    Pippa_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 5,793 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @afells, and a warm welcome to the community! I hope the above response is helpful, and please do let us know if you have any further questions.
  • afells
    afells Member Posts: 22 Connected
    Thank you for replies! I am aware there are many factors they take into consideration whilst looking at my claim and i am also aware of the 12 week time frame...I'm in no rush. It's just the two things I asked really that I'm questioning, in which I thank you for clarifying one of them.

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