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TOPIC: DLA just got a dreaded brown envelop

DLA just got a dreaded brown envelop 2 weeks 3 days ago #174420

  • Ali
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  • Ali
Hi
I've just got a letter from DWP above moving from DLA to PIP, had a stroke in 2001!!
So I don't think I've got paperwork from hospital & rehab. So do I take copies with the pip form? Is too much or take all information?

Many thanks
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DLA just got a dreaded brown envelop 2 weeks 3 days ago #174442

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