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Hi I've been given pip mobility standard for 10 years, I've now got to go in assecement for Esa to see if I have to stay in work related group or go in support group, pip have agreed that I can only walk 20 metres but less than 50, I have copd and emphasymia pluss dropped foot and spinal stetnosis and tennis elbow, dobyoy think Esa will leave me in wrg or support group thanks in advance

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    I had the same problem, you are best in ESA Support as this is extra money.

    If you are in ESA only you have to report to the job centre.

    Hope it helps

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    Hello Chris, PIP and ESA are both completely different benefits. One doesn't reflect the other. No one can really tell you what group you'll be put it, if any. It will depend on what evidence you provide and the decision makers decision. If you don't get the decision you want then you'll have to consider the MR route. Hopefully it won't come to this and you'll at least stay in thw WRAG group. Good luck.

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