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How soon after face to face assessment can i ask for a copy of the report ?

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    As soon as you want to. They'll only send you a copy once they're recieved both copies.

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      What do you mean as soon as they have received both copies ? 

      I had my assessment yesterday so when shall I ring them to ask for a copy when will they have revived a copy ?

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    Hi Vincenzo,  I'm sure you don't mean it, but you are coming across as quite aggressive and Denise is only trying to help you.

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      Oh sorry no don't mean to sound aggressive it's just the way i worded it all sounds wrong .

      All I meant to say is can you explain what both copies mean ?

      Thanks 

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      There's a digital copy and a paper copy and DWP have to recieve both of these before they'll send you your copy. As i said before you can ring as soon as you want to. I don't understand why all the seperate multiple questions over the last few days, why not ask all your questions together. As you've already had your assessment you ask about the point system early. In my opinion it would have benefited you more if you'd have done research about all the before your assessment.

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      I know how much you always try to help people Denise.  I appreciate that some people are a little nervous of asking questions, which is a shame as the questions would get answered  more fully if we knew what they were asking. xx
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      Thanks, i just don't like to see questions unanswered even if i can't help the person. Totally agree sukes. The more info people give the better someone can help answer their question/s fully. xx

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      Yes you say I can ring when I want but as I only had the assessment yesterday there would be no point ringing them today for a copy as they would not have received the copies yet  , so how long after the assessment would the dwp likely to have received the report so that I can ring and ask for a copy ?
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      For the 3rd time of advicing you, you CAN ring anytime and ask for a copy of the report. Once they recieve BOTH copies they will send a copy onto you. Obviously once you ring they will add a note onto the computer that you want a copy. I have no idea how long it takes to recieve the copies because time varies for everyone. If a file goes to autdit then it can take longer. Just like decision times vary and it's like saying how long is a piece of string. There's no time frames because it depends on backlogs in your area. I'm sorry but i can't help you any further with the assessment report time scales.

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    Just to let you know in case this might be benefitial to other people , I had my face to face assessment on Tuesday and the dwp received the assessment report yesterday on Thursday and I have requested a copy which they said they are going to send out to me . So the time scale from having the face to face assessment to when dwp receive the report is very short only a couple of days .
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      It's not always that quick, mostly it is. Some files are sent to audit and if this happens it delays the process a few weeks.

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      I asked you before how long it takes and you said you had no idea  , now that I have said mine took two days you are agreeing and saying yes most are dine that quick . Why didn't you tell me this when I asked you the other day it would have saved me phoning them. 

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      I didn't have any idea because they're not always returned that quick like i said some are sent to audit. Everyone's PIP journey  is different, the timescales are different depending on where you live in the country. You've been asking mutliple different question constantly for the last few days and i've answered every single question you've asked. I do not have a file with all the info next to, and neither do i get paid for advicing people here. I'm also NOT an expert, i'm just someone that claims both ESA and PIP. I also have my health problems and multiple ones too!! BUT i sit here and advise people because i like to help them. I'm also the main advicer here as not many others post advice. You could at least be thankful i answered your questions at all.

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      Denise is right when she say's that time scales are different depending on where you live.  Mine took over a week to arrive with the DWP.

      I'm sure some people think we are paid to answer queries or give advice, but this is not the case, we are just people who have gone through the process. 

      Just as a matter of interest, I don't think you have mentioned the word please, in any of your posts. 

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