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Hi guys,

 

Quick question, currently I'm attending MWA for 4 weeks and I've done about a week, I'm going to be signing off soon for a little bit because I'm moving back home.

 

What is the process for signing off? can you ring them and tell them you wish to sign off? what happens to my placement I assume I no longer have to attend do I ring my placement provider and tell them I've signed off as well? what happens to housing benefit if you sign off? Just want to ensure I'm still paid my last months and a bit of rent, I know the job centre tell them you have a change in circumstances but I will wish to keep my claim open for now and close it later so I guess I just have to tell them I still have no income and provide proof of that?

 

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Once you close your JSA claim (you do not have to give a reason), the requirement to participate in any MWA ceases. If you have zero income, you will need to visit your local authority and make a nil income declaration. This should allow any HB and CTR to continue without a break.

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To sign off, take or send your ES40 (signing on card) to your Jobcentre. There is a section in it you will need to complete and sign, but as Mr P says, you don't have to give a reason if you don't want to. JSA is paid in arrears, so you might be due a final payment depending on when you last signed on and were paid. You do not need to participate in MWA when you are not claiming - whether or not you inform the provider that your claim has ended is entirely up to you.

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Thanks,

 

I'll have to go to the council and tell them nothings changed then I guess in terms of income I've just signed off for a bit whilst I deal with other things then I'll probably sign back on.

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