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Can universal credit keep my backdated lcwra
I been claiming universal credit since march I have handed sick note in since April I received uc50 form in July I sent this back heard nothing from them I got in touch in September to see why I hadn't had a appointment for a medical assessment they said they never receive the form back witch was a lie as they wrote to my doctor in August saying I had put a claim in for UC and they want some more info doctor replayed back I then got a new form fill that out and got an appointment for a medical assessment for Nov I received a message in journal a few days saying I was being place in lcwra group they have told me my lcwra is awarded from July so they owed me 4 month lcwra but they stating i have to have anither medical in 12 month but there keeping the 4 months lwcra and I can have my medical in 16 months surely they do this
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