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UC award ending soon, will it automatically renew, what happens next?

buildupbuttercup
buildupbuttercup Member Posts: 24 Connected
I left an entry in my journal asking when my UC LCWRA was awarded and how long the award lasts, and i was told it was awarded september 25 2020 for 13 months - so it should this month?? i havent received any letters about renewing my claim or being reassessed. i dont know what happens next

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  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 25,533 Disability Gamechanger
    LCWRA is an ongoing award and continues for as long as you remain entitled to it. The timescales they give you is nothing more than a guide and you can be re-assessed anytime from 3 months.
    Some wait 3-4 years between assessments. You will know when to expect a review because there will be a letter uploaded onto your journal telling you, you've been referred. You will then receive the form in the post soon after.

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