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TOPIC: Supporting documents

Supporting documents 11 months 2 days ago #171336

I'm treating my PIP Award Review as a first-time application to make sure no evidence is overlooked by the DM. All the pages are numbered and headed with my name and Nat ins no. I'm thinking about putting everything in a loose comb binding to make sure it all stays together. Im concerned papers can and do go missing. Is this acceptable or is it a problem if it has to be scanned ?

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Supporting documents 11 months 2 days ago #171339

neptuno wrote: I'm treating my PIP Award Review as a first-time application to make sure no evidence is overlooked by the DM. All the pages are numbered and headed with my name and Nat ins no. I'm thinking about putting everything in a loose comb binding to make sure it all stays together. Im concerned papers can and do go missing. Is this acceptable or is it a problem if it has to be scanned ?


They will need to be scanned.

I realise it not that difficult to remove the binding but it may be beyond the capability of the people who work in the mail delivery centre so I would stick to something simpler, either a staple or make a hole in the top left corner and secure all of the pages with a treasury tag, string or ribbon.

Gordon

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Supporting documents 11 months 2 days ago #171343

thanks Gordon. I like simple !

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