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Would my son's partner lose her LCWRA if she moved in with him? He has a job

Karenshaw
Karenshaw Member Posts: 1 Listener
edited October 8 in Universal Credit (UC)
HI.  My sons partner wants to move in with him. He has a job and is not on any benefits.  She currently lives with her mum.  She gets the LCWRA element of universal credit.  Will she be able to still get this when she moves in and registers her new address?  She seems to think she will loose this benefit if she moves out from her current address?  Does anyone know?  or who I can get in touch with to find out? thanks.

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