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TOPIC: Is my PIP form correct format?

Is my PIP form correct format? 11 months 1 week ago #170307

I have received a PIP form to complete, to replace my DLA.

It is 40 pages long but only needs to be written on in Pages 6 through to 37 and bears little resemblance to the Self-assessment format that is posted on B&W and which I duly completed, to give me some idea of what I could expect. Lots of the questions have simple YES, NO, SOMETIMES tickboxes and have an additional box, per Question, for Extra Information so, as you see, the B&W Self-assessment does not help, really.

The Code, at the top of the Form is PIP. 1003 and, at the bottom, 001112/000030/000051, 39223-00051-001-001-1.

Any help - anyone - how to fill this in, usefully?

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Is my PIP form correct format? 11 months 1 week ago #170383

mermaidnwuk wrote: I have received a PIP form to complete, to replace my DLA.

It is 40 pages long but only needs to be written on in Pages 6 through to 37 and bears little resemblance to the Self-assessment format that is posted on B&W and which I duly completed, to give me some idea of what I could expect. Lots of the questions have simple YES, NO, SOMETIMES tickboxes and have an additional box, per Question, for Extra Information so, as you see, the B&W Self-assessment does not help, really.

The Code, at the top of the Form is PIP. 1003 and, at the bottom, 001112/000030/000051, 39223-00051-001-001-1.

Any help - anyone - how to fill this in, usefully?


This sounds like a PIP2 and although it does not appear to match the information in the PIP Claim guide I can assure you that it does.

Gordon

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