How long for payment after PIP tribunal

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Yaaay rang dwp today to ask if they was gonna be appealing after tribunal on 27th may, (somebody rang last week asking if id been in hospital abroad or in prison) they said they wasn't appealing. How long does it take usually for a payment after tribunal? I'm owed a years worth.

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    Hi I waited 4 weeks for my money time be sorted out but it can take up to 6 weeks to be sorted just have to wait as when I contacted them they told me that they had 28 days to sort out but it take longer xx
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      Im waiting to hear from DWP regarding a desicion for a change of circumstance form and evidence ive sent in i rang to ask if they had received all paper work and the said its been sent to the assesors and they will be in touch soon
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    I have won my appeal at court two weeks ago I get different stories from them I am owed a years money how long will it take because they ain't giving Me straight answers

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      Great news Alison! DWP have the same rules as we do to appeal any decision, to be able to appeal a tribunal decision they have to ask them for a statement of reasons. They then have the same amount of time as we do which is 1 month. DWP may decide to appeal BUT it's very rare they do, the reason being because to appeal a tribunal decision an error of law must have been made in making that decision. DWP will have to prove that this happened.

      Your back dated money may take some time though and no one can really give you a time on this. Maybe you can ring the tribunal and ask if they've sent DWP their decision. If they have give DWP another ring. Hope this helps.

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