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Can anyone advise me please. I'm in s WRAG. Not been due to panic attacks. I am on the basic job seekers rate. On UC. Nothing else. I've been waiting for a medical assessment for 15 months. Asked for the ESA 50 form myself. Sent that off over three weeks ago. Now they are saying they can't find this. I want to try and get in to a support group as can't deal with the hassle. Anyone got any advice. Ta.

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    Try and get pip I'm on basic rate which is 220 a month don't go too WRAG any more

    Complete waste of my taxi fair as they won't pay me I can do CV cover letters at home

    They will force you too do voluntary work which I said no too they still pushed me so I stopped going

    At all.Every person they find a job the company will get a fee from the government.

    Ring up and do pip over the phone then do the paperwork my interview went really well had a lovely nurse

    Who understood my health problems from the minute I spoke too her.

    My pip is for 3 years and you can get a job and still get it

    Good luck

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    Let's put it this way I have panick attacks ,Deprshon,sametiesation Disorder,IBs ,a do not cook formyself or go out without a career and I have two go for assument for esa ,only two mouths ago had a pip asment scored 2 and a mandontorey asment scored 11 what meds are you on how often Do you see your Dr and do you have a career and when you sigh on do you go on your own if I was put on jobseekers I could not sign on would refuse on medical grounds

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    Hi can anybody help, I've filled in renewal (new form) had a letter saying somebody coming to see me with 5days notice at home. Is this normal for a renewal? I'm worried, with the short notice of the appointment I already have an appointment that day & unable to cancel, will they be funny with me if I cancel? I'm also awaiting a procedure for my back but can be called in at any time. Will they be okay if I cancel & rearrange or will this cause problems? Thanks

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      If this is for a face to face assessment for either ESA or PIP at your home then they have to give you at least 7 days notice of the visit.

      Not to worry you but I recently had a home face to face for an Attendance Allowance claim (over 65) - two turned up and it was like an inquisition.

      Hope everything goes well for you.

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      Thanks I will ring & see what they say. It's really short notice. I would of thought had sufficient information provided. It's for pip due to expire may 17

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