Pip timescales

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My partner had his home visit on 10.8.2016.i called for a copy of atos report i must say it was very good.Dwp stated received the report on 12.08.16.does anyone know how long it takes for the decision also on the report the assessir advised no reveiw .will we get a text to advise or just the letter

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    Grief it's only been 12 days since he had the assessment!

    From what I read it's more like weeks not days for the decision to be notified.

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    Hi Jackie

    I was 8 weeks from the assessment before I got a decision, but I had to ring them to find out I didn't get a text or anything . 

     

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      Thank you.i first applied for my husband in may but didnt receive forms till july.i think it is appalling.i had to be his appointee before they would send out the forms.i asked for assessors report last minday and received this on Saturday so no dought the application is sat on someones desk
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    Hi Jackie,

    I had my assessment on 19th July and my decision was given to me over the phone on 15th August and a letter arrived a few days later.  

    My assessor advised no review on my report and my award says ongoing. Hopefully you will hear very soon, you could always ring them to ask.  

     

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    you will get a letter jackie with the outcome x fingers crossed they use what the assessor as said all the best 
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