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TOPIC: mandatory reconsideration submitted

mandatory reconsideration submitted 4 days 20 hours ago #248087

good morning all,
so after an unbelievable 5 months the brown envelope arrived- dated 4th may arrived 11th may so already a week out of my month to request an MR. now I am a little puzzled as it says award from September 2019 ( this is when I put in my original response from transfer dla-pip) I have been in receipt of DLA during this time... low care & enhanced mobility) but I have only been awarded standard care ( first payment end of June) so will I have to pay DLA back?
also have been advised that it should be 8 weeks to hear back from MR is this a realistic timescale in the current climate.
I want to thank you for your excellent guides in helping to write the MR & although I didn't have any new doctors letters etc I did write 3 pages of why I felt the information already provided contradicted the assessors report & was able to quote useful court references in regards to mental health.
now just the waiting game.

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mandatory reconsideration submitted 4 days 19 hours ago #248089

Hi Mass

No you won't have to pay the DLA back. The crossover time is their responsibility.

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