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TOPIC: Yes! but also puzzled

Yes! but also puzzled 3 years 3 months ago #140358

heartandmind wrote: Hi there,

Can you request 'SAR for "All" documentation used in coming to The SG decision' if you are in the support group, but have not had a medical?

With thanks.
HandM


Hi handm,

Yes you can !!

All the documentation will still have been generated, the only difference being that it would be an ESA85A if no face to face "medical" took place, and an ESA85 if one did !

bro58
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Yes! but also puzzled 2 years 8 months ago #154333

:woohoo:

Thank you so very much.............I feel a little more optimistic now and have decided to download and complete SAR request. Will let you know when I have a reply.

MY MOST SINCERE AND HEARTFELT THANKS TO ALL ON B&W, INCLUDING THE TECH GUYS. YOUR TIME AND PATIENCE, ALL MOD'S AND MEMBERS ALIKE HAS BEEN HUGELY APPRECIATED, NATURALLY COULDN'T HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT YOU ALL AND THE DOWNLOADABLE GUIDES.

Kind regards

P

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Yes! but also puzzled 4 weeks 1 day ago #221171

This seems really thorough advice - thanks. Do you know, please, if there is any evidence that requesting SAR, or even making a phone call asking which SG descriptors were applied, might have any damaging effects at the next reassessment?

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Yes! but also puzzled 4 weeks 1 day ago #221189

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David

In case you did not realise it, you have replied to a post from over 30 months ago.

No, making these requests will not have any impact on a future assessment.

Gordon
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