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Contact the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP).
Read a transcript of Mandatory Reconsideration film
DWP will look at your claim and tell you their new decision.
If you need advice on completing this you may call HMCTS on 0300 123 1142.
You can download Form SSCS1 (pdf) or get a paper copy from your local Citizen's Advice Bureau and Jobcentre Plus office.
You must complete sections 1, 2, 5, 6 and 8. Use black ink and block capitals.
Section 5 is where you must state your reasons for your appeal. You must write down the reasons why you think the decision is wrong. Your reasons do not have to be lengthy or written in legal language, but you need to say more than just 'I disagree'. Explain simply why you think the decision is incorrect and what you believe the correct decision should be.
Send your appeal to HM Courts and Tribunals Service. If you live in England or Wales you should send your appeal to:
HMCTS SSCS Appeals Centre
PO Box 1203
Telephone: 0300 123 1142
Don't forget to sign the form and enclose your mandatory reconsideration decision letter.
Read a transcript of Mandatory Reconsideration to Appeal Tribunal.
Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) will acknowledge your appeal by sending you a letter.
Calculate your entitlements online.
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