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taniusha 3 weeks 6 days ago #229373

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taniusha wrote: I do not think that it is the correct answer. on wrag of an interview, adviser explained to me as soon as I made the appeal, all interviews in relation to me have to stop.?


I'm afraid what you have been told is incorrect! Appealing a Decision does not exempt your from WFIs and WRA although your JC+ advisor may choose not to send you on some WRA such as training courses.

Failing to comply with the JC+ requests can lead to your benefit being sanctioned.

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taniusha 3 weeks 6 days ago #229374

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taniusha wrote: if, the tribunal made the decision that 2 years (from the moment of the decision of tribunal), and DWP do me revaluation in 1 year of date of the decision of tribunal, it is correct?


ESA awards do not include an award length or reassessment date so the Tribunal was making a recommendation on when you should be reassessed, their recommendation is not binding on the DWP.

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taniusha 3 weeks 5 days ago #229529

Gordon wrote: taniusha



It's actually unlikely that they will contact your GP but if they do it will be with an ESA113 form, see

www.gov.uk/government/publications/esa11...thcare-practitioners


First time i have seen that form and now I have I can see how important it is for a GP to complete on your behalf.

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