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Help Advice PIP URGENT
I just would like to say a big thank you to all your lovely amazing people that have replied to my post. just to give you all a update even though I’ve mentioned it previously, my claim for PIP was going for a review around September/ October time but PIP advised me that 6 months extra has been added onto it so I don’t have to worry about anything, they do state though - you can get the letter ( anytime ) for a review but it’s some clarity for now. also they have received evidence from my doctor and psychiatrist and said my review will only be paper based with the information they have received no home visits or going to assessments will take place now or in the future so I’m happy. I also stated do I need to send it all off now and she advised get it ready now ( which I have ) and when your letter comes just add it in. she said I’m not a decision maker but by looking at your claim and reading the notes I personally think they will just extend it. but only time will tell ?
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