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Pip Mandatory reconsideration process April 2020

peekaboo6
peekaboo6 Member Posts: 2 Listener
Hi everyone. 
I put in For a Pip Mandatory reconsideration request for my daughter using the advicenow website.  We had a letter back today which was dated ( 27-03-2020) saying “ They now have all the information they need to decide if they can award PIP to my daughter .
 How long will it take now for them to make a decision ? and also let us know The outcome  ? thankyou 

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  • peekaboo6
    peekaboo6 Member Posts: 2 Listener
    Hi everyone. 
    I put in For a Pip Mandatory reconsideration request for my daughter .  We had a letter back today which was dated ( 27-03-2020) saying “ They now have all the information they need to decide if they can award PIP to my daughter .
     How long will it take now for them to make a decision ? and also let us know The outcome  ? thankyou 
  • wilko
    wilko Member Posts: 2,455 Disability Gamechanger
    @peekaboo6, hello and welcome, under the present circumstances expect a wait of 6 to 8 weeks but it could all happen sonnet, you could give DWP once a week for an update progress or fortnightly remember your not the only one waiting for an award notification letter.
  • Bridget14
    Bridget14 Member Posts: 58 Courageous
    Hello peekaboo6 and welcome.
    Hope PIP award comes through sooner however under the current circumstances it may take longer.
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,071 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi,

    There's no timescales for any decisions. Most MR decisions remain the same, so you'll very likely have to take it to Tribunal.

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