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TOPIC: PIP home visit

PIP home visit 4 months 3 weeks ago #175286

I sent my PIP 2 ( transferring from DLA) off nearly four weeks ago and have just had an appointment letter this morning.

But, it's for a home visit. I didn't request one so is this unusual?

I did offer lots of evidence about my range of health conditions, though .....

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PIP home visit 4 months 3 weeks ago #175310

MClareC wrote: I sent my PIP 2 ( transferring from DLA) off nearly four weeks ago and have just had an appointment letter this morning.

But, it's for a home visit. I didn't request one so is this unusual?

I did offer lots of evidence about my range of health conditions, though .....


It just means that they accept that you would have problems attending at their offices.

Gordon

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