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TOPIC: Pip 1043

Pip 1043 3 months 1 week ago #223948

Hello, my last pip review went to tribunal where it was granted,do you think it’s a good idea sending the tribunals statement of reasons back as supporting evidence, because I didn’t get my pip granted originally from my application I can’t see the point in just repeating what was on there onto this new pip 1043 ( hope it makes sense)

Pip 1043 3 months 1 week ago #223951


Yes, you can include it as evidence but again you need to explain why it is still relevant to your conditions as they are now.


Pip 1043 3 months 1 week ago #224025

Thanx; I get the idea that if you say your conditions haven’t changed but provide examples of coping etc, it’s less likely you will be called for ftf, but if you say your condition has worsened you will be called for ftf , ( I’m finding it hard filling the pip1043 out especially with my case going to tribunal and like everyone else !!dread thought of ftf assessment

Pip 1043 3 months 1 week ago #224029


Certainly, if you indicate there has been a change then it is much more likely that a face to face will be required but reporting no change certainly won't guarantee your avoiding one.

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