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MR very curious

dynasty30
dynasty30 Member Posts: 77 Courageous
Can I please ask,say for instance one is awarded 0 points on both components,and they request an MR I presume it’s a new form you fill out,do you answer it in the same way you have answered your original pip form,and also do you send in all the supporting evidence or just the newer stuff ( as they have evidence already) or do you resend it all again thank you.
just want to be prepared 

Comments

  • woodbine
    woodbine Member, Community Co-Production Group Posts: 7,721 Disability Gamechanger
    You can also point out where you didn't score points but think you should have and why. You have to do an MR before you can appeal.
    Be extra nice to new members.
  • dynasty30
    dynasty30 Member Posts: 77 Courageous
    Thank you kindly both for the information,I was curious as I’ve heard so many cases of people having to go through this.
    my telephone assessment is on Monday so was just keeping myself in the loop incase the need arises ?

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