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TOPIC: pip mandatory reconsideration

pip mandatory reconsideration 5 months 4 weeks ago #174871

hi I didn't have to attend a f2f luckily and was awarded pip high care but no mobility. if I ask them to look at the the claim again is it likely they will ask me to attend a f2f or is this not requested for mandatory reconsideration. this is my main worry for not going ahead with it. on my award letter it says the award is based on supporting evidence and the fact that I didn't have a f2f.

pip mandatory reconsideration 5 months 4 weeks ago #174876

lilliegez wrote: hi I didn't have to attend a f2f luckily and was awarded pip high care but no mobility. if I ask them to look at the the claim again is it likely they will ask me to attend a f2f or is this not requested for mandatory reconsideration. this is my main worry for not going ahead with it. on my award letter it says the award is based on supporting evidence and the fact that I didn't have a f2f.


In principle they can but I can't recall anybody actually being asked to.

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