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Your PIP timeline..

anxiousbird Member Posts: 159 Pioneering
hi all
as I wait for my assessment date, I thought it’d be nice if you guys shared your own PIP timeline. You can share your timeline even if you haven’t received a final decision yet :) 


  • Chloe_Scope
    Chloe_Scope Scope Posts: 10,545 Disability Gamechanger
    Great idea @anxiousbird! Thanks for starting this. :)

  • ernie2009
    ernie2009 Member Posts: 162 Pioneering
    edited October 2020
    from when i returned my paperwork to getting a telephone assessment date took almost 7 wks then almost 3 wks to the assessment date then allmost 3 wks after i got my award letter  so all in all aprox 12 to 13 wks which i didnt think was bad. my award was a success so no mr or tribunal either.
  • irish09
    irish09 Member Posts: 4 Listener
    Trasfered from dla to pip late September 2019 lost mobility kept daily living

    Then in jan 2019 ASKED for MR  2 weeks later failed no points awarded 

    Applyed for appeal 25 days later 
    Recived date for appeal 6th oct 2020
    Was ajourned due to not a fair hearing with no medical evidence 

    Now new date 20th nov 2020 

    Fingers crossed and will update when it arrives with update on win or loss

    Goodluck to all 
  • cupcake88
    cupcake88 Posts: 1,240 Pioneering
    I applied feb 2020 received My forms then sent them back In March .

    my phone assessment was July and I recieved my back pay before I recieved my letter that was in August . 


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