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TOPIC: Pip reasesment

Pip reasesment 5 days 13 hours ago #175100

Hi my pup is due to run out soon , will I be called for a reasesment ,or do I need to reapky from scratch , it's beeen 3 years as of end of Dec , I don't fancy my money suddenly stopping ,thanks
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Pip reasesment 4 days 22 hours ago #175127

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Sam wrote:
Hi my pup is due to run out soon , will I be called for a reasesment ,or do I need to reapky from scratch , it's beeen 3 years as of end of Dec , I don't fancy my money suddenly stopping ,thanks

I would have expected you to have been contacted at least 20 weeks in advance of your PIP award ending, so if your award ends in December then I would contact the DWP about the renewal.

Whether you should treat is as a new claim or not depends on the form that you receive, if it is a PIP2 then treat it as new and complete the form in detail and provide any evidence that you have even if it has been submitted before. If it is the new AR1 form then they are primarily interested in any changes that have occurred in the period since your current award was made.

Gordon
Nothing on this board constitutes legal advice - always consult a professional about specific problems
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