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TOPIC: Sorry, searched but... when to ask for F2F report

Sorry, searched but... when to ask for F2F report 1 week 6 days ago #220873

Hi.
I use the search box but it comes up with loads of unrelated stuff no matter what I search for?
Is it me that's missing something?

I had my F2F yesterday at home.
I've Googled how long to wait before I get a copy.
On Scope site it says to ring them the day after the F2F and ask.
One bloke says he got an electronic copy sent the day after he asked?
However, on IAS site it says, "You can only request a copy once DWP writes to you with their decision."?
Anyone know the answer, please.
Thanks.
Paul

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Sorry, searched but... when to ask for F2F report 1 week 5 days ago #220883

Paul

We recommend waiting 2-3 days after the assessment before contacting the DWP office dealing with your claim so that the report is logged onto their systems. If you are in Northern Ireland then the report will not be released until you have been notified of the Decision.

Gordon

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Sorry, searched but... when to ask for F2F report 1 week 5 days ago #220898

Thanks very much Gordon. But it was IAS and they say not until I get my decision from DWP. Is that not the case just something they spew out hoping nobody questions it. Thanks again. Paul.

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Sorry, searched but... when to ask for F2F report 1 week 5 days ago #220899

Paul

IAS can write what they want on their website but the DWP do their own thing.

Gordon
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