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TOPIC: ESA form

ESA form 3 months 3 weeks ago #225472

Hi I sent in my esa reassessment form was due in for dec 26 heard nothing back yet re a medical or anything I am ill with anxiety how long does it usaually take thank you for any feedback

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ESA form 3 months 3 weeks ago #225521

archie wrote: Hi I sent in my esa reassessment form was due in for dec 26 heard nothing back yet re a medical or anything I am ill with anxiety how long does it usaually take thank you for any feedback


There are considerable delays in the ESA Assessment process with some members reporting waits of nine months or more. You can contact Maximus for an update

www.chdauk.co.uk/contact-us

Gordon

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ESA form 3 months 2 weeks ago #225967

Thank you for letting me know I was worried it may have gone in my neighbours door by mistake as the post is unreliable, if I don’t receive letter with medical instructions when and where will my esa be stopped I am in support group thanks in ad Vance for any answers

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ESA form 3 months 2 weeks ago #225988

archie wrote: Thank you for letting me know I was worried it may have gone in my neighbours door by mistake as the post is unreliable, if I don’t receive letter with medical instructions when and where will my esa be stopped I am in support group thanks in ad Vance for any answers


If you are asking what happens if you fail to attend an assessment then if you have not notified Maximus then your file will be returned to the DWP and it is likely that your claim will be closed, if you do and it is not a second appointment then a new assessment date should be booked.

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