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TOPIC: From IB (since 1999) to ESA WRAG and then SG

From IB (since 1999) to ESA WRAG and then SG 3 years 10 months ago #106507

Like many others I could not have done it w/out the guides on this site..... from WRAG to SG after I appealed and they changed decision in my favour before it went to appeal.... So have it for another year at least ..... then no doubt have to go through the whole weary process again.

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From IB (since 1999) to ESA WRAG and then SG 3 years 10 months ago #106508

dannyson wrote: Like many others I could not have done it w/out the guides on this site..... from WRAG to SG after I appealed and they changed decision in my favour before it went to appeal.... So have it for another year at least ..... then no doubt have to go through the whole weary process again.


Great News d,

Congratulations on the successful reconsideration.

Thanks for letting us know. :)

bro58

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From IB (since 1999) to ESA WRAG and then SG 3 years 10 months ago #106509

That is good news! Thank you for letting us know - and for your kind words about this site :)

If you want to find out when to expect reassessment you can phone DWP and ask for the 'prognosis', which should be on the computer screen. I'm afraid that you cannot assume that it will be in 1 yrs time.

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