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My wife has appealed DWPs decision to withdraw her (our) income support. GL24 was sent off yesterday.

 

Do DWP have a certain time in which to let us know if they will change their decision, or refer it to tribunal?

 

Also, as a result of IS being stopped, our Mortgage Interest Support has been stopped. Presuming we win our appeal (there is caselaw to back us) will MIS automatically be re-instated and backdated?

 

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Do DWP have a certain time in which to let us know if they will change their decision, or refer it to tribunal?

 

No. There isn't a time limit for the DWP to respond. It typically takes a few weeks.

 

Also, as a result of IS being stopped, our Mortgage Interest Support has been stopped. Presuming we win our appeal (there is caselaw to back us) will MIS automatically be re-instated and backdated?

 

Yes, it will.

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I feel I need to warn you that the time it can take can vary wildly for IS to do a reconsideration. I've had recon decisions back in 3-4 weeks, and I've also had recon decisions take over a year. The best thing is to make a nuisance of yourself. Call every week and ask for a callback from the decision maker on your case for an update.

 

Can I ask why the IS was withdrawn? - you don't have to say if you don't want to.

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