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I am married and am in the support group for esa. This is my claim but treated as a joint claim because I am married.
My wife has a daughter who turned 20 in December 12 I had my esa face to face on 14december as I was in WRAG group since 2013 then decision was made on 16 December and I have been placed in support group.
On the 12 December my wife's child tax credits stopped for her daughter, now my wife's daughter has disabilities (learning) and is in full time education at college. My wife is her appointee for dla. Is my wife able to make a claim for esa for her daughter even though I am in support group for esa income related for myself as a couple? And would this affect any esa that I claim for me and my wife.? I also get pip standard care and my wife gets carers allowance for her daughter (not for me). Also is my wife able to claim anything for herself? Strange that child tax credits stopped on 12 December then I had a esa face to face then put in support group. It's around 34 pound more than before in WRAG.
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