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Hi, I'm rosca8296! Can someone explain what this means on my PIP report?

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rosca8296
rosca8296 Community member Posts: 2 Listener
edited July 2021 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hi I am sure this has been answered before but I recently got my pip report back ( not the decision) on the back page when it asks "based on the claimants likely future circumstances it would be appropriate to review the claim in " which has been left blank, then it says OR and "based on the evidence I consider there to be no requirement to arrange a review of this claim as significant change is unlikely" of which they tick the box, then in the box underneath it states "the claimant has recognised conditions, however at present there are no significant limitations to their functional abilities. Therefore there is no reason to arrange a review of this claim" 


I do not understand what this means but for the boxes underneath they have ticked no to all of them, can someone help me understand please? The simpler the better please? I am quite worried thanks in advance! 

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  • rosca8296
    rosca8296 Community member Posts: 2 Listener
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    Does that mean I'm not going to get it? 
  • janer1967
    janer1967 Community member Posts: 21,964 Disability Gamechanger
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    Unfortunately that is the recommendation but it isn't the decision 

    You need to wait till you get a decision letter 

    In most cases they go with the report but not in all cases 

    They look at your form and medical evidence and anything else you sent 
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