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I had my interview under caution at the end of February afterwards they also took a statement from my kids dad workmate and he confirmed that their dad didnt live with me and since then I have heard nothing. Is this normal? Surely I would of heard something by now? Thanks for any replies

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I had my interview under caution at the end of February afterwards they also took a statement from my kids dad workmate and he confirmed that their dad didnt live with me and since then I have heard nothing. Is this normal? Surely I would of heard something by now? Thanks for any replies

 

 

You could always ring the dwp up and ask them about it that's what usually do when I don't hear from them for a while.

 

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Some cases take one month for a final decision to be made, some take over a year and more. It's impossible to say how long it would take. You could write to them and explain that you are concerned and ask if they can advise when you can expect a final response.

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Some cases take one month for a final decision to be made, some take over a year and more. It's impossible to say how long it would take. You could write to them and explain that you are concerned and ask if they can advise when you can expect a final response.

Thanks for replying, do they have to give you a final response? They havent stopped my money either. Someone else who was interviewed by the same people as me had her money's stopped 6 weeks after her interview. Sorry to go on. This whole experience is horrid.

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If I were you I would try to dismiss it from your mind.

The kids dad does not live with you and a work collegue of his has confirmed this.

The DWP are unlikely to put anything in writing even if you write to them.

 

In my case the DWP failed to attend court in July 09, so I moved for a dismissal. The DWP opened the case a second time and a week before the second trial in April 10they informed the court (not me and not my by then solicitor) no evidence would be offered. They failed to turn up to the court for Mention hearing as they should have done when the matter was dismissed by the judge as if I had been found not guilty.

Two years of stress, sleepless nights and all that.

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