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Job Seekers Allowance Rapid Re-claim ?

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I've been claiming Job seekers allowance for over two years now and was wondering if I need to complete a rapid reclaim online even though the job centre hasn't mentioned this to me ?


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No.  The Job Centre would tell you, if you needed to take any action.

 

If you stopped claiming JSA and needed to reclaim, it would be a Universal Credit claim that you would need to apply for online.


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Has your claim stopped for any reason?

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Why did you think it stopped after 2 years ?

 

Some people have claimed JSA for 5 years or more. Not sure how people could manage to live on such a small amount per week for so long!

 

Obviously at some point, DWP will migrate claimants to Universal Credit and once that happens then more effort will need to be put in to finding work. UC is a better benefit in terms of people working a few hours per week part time, as it does not penalise you as much. With JSA I believe that if you worked up to 16 hours, you would only keep £5 a week of your benefit for a period.

 

 


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