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We forgot to photocopy out daughters DLA form before we sent it off, its been seven years since then, will they still have the forms and can I request they send me a copy back for future reference? My daughters has learning disabilities, can I request them on her behalf, does she need to sign the letter I send?


Anybody requested their old files before? Thanks!

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You can request the files if they still have them, they will send you copies. You can only request them if your daughter is a child. If she is an adult, you can only request them on her behalf if you are registered as her appointee. Otherwise, she will have to sign the request, or sign a letter requesting you to act on her behalf in relation to her claim as a representative.

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