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3 years ago changed from Fla to pop steps awarded lower rate of mobility took me off mid rate of personal care.

3 years have now passed had review been awarded enhanced mobility and enhanced personal care.

My wife is self employed and we received a working tax credit housing benefit and council tax relief. We know we have to report our recent change in PIP to HMRC but will this also trigger a change to universal

Credit.

Your advice most welcome

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No your PIP claim does not affect the UC claim.

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6 hours ago, 23sopwith said:

We are still on legacy benefits will we be changed to uc

 

You will stay on legacy benefits, until there is a either a significant change first e.g. change to Housing or Government transfer you to UC as part of a migration process. 

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Uc sorted teams of papers from council stating nothing

Had 2 payments from dwp by my reckoning back payment for higher rate of mobility. No relation to my normal payday.

Should I have received a letter or something notifying me that payments have been made into my account and explaining what they are for.

Reason for this question being the decision letter turned up on my doorstep hours after the post had been I don't want to fall fowl of if theft

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