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TOPIC: Pip

Pip 8 months 4 weeks ago #222037

David wrote: Hi, Just to say done notes for the AR1 form I have just got to transfer to form , It will be ready to post on Friday , How many weeks do you think for either a face to face or a decision? Thanks


Best guess, 2-4 weeks to hear about a F2F with an appointment 1-2 weeks later, they will book over the Christmas period. A Decision should be 2-4 weeks later but the holidays may add a week or two to this.

Gordon

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Pip 8 months 4 weeks ago #222040

Thank you , it fine if it’s over Xmas I think my wife’s past caring sending new evidence so it’s up them when they decide
Thank you for your reply

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Pip 8 months 2 weeks ago #222517

Hi, My wife as just received the esa (IBR) form she is in a esa support group , I go to work will this benefit be changed or is it due to all the change overs ? Can you have under 16000 in the bank or is any saving taken in account
Thanks

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Pip 8 months 2 weeks ago #222531

David

Have a look at the following

www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/forum?view=topic&catid=10&id=125222

Gordon

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Pip 8 months 2 weeks ago #222557

Hi, I have looked at the the link, so if I am in full time employment and my wife’s in a esa support group , that means my wife’s payment stay the same or have I misread , please bare with me I have not ever given my details before , my wife’s having a meltdown, can you please help clarify
Thank you

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Pip 8 months 2 weeks ago #222566

David wrote: Hi, I have looked at the the link, so if I am in full time employment and my wife’s in a esa support group , that means my wife’s payment stay the same or have I misread , please bare with me I have not ever given my details before , my wife’s having a meltdown, can you please help clarify
Thank you


If you have worked for 24 or more hours a week then ESA(IR) cannot be paid.

Gordon

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