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Hello, I am just wondering if anyone else had heard of this? I have been on flat/pip and esa for about 10 years, and I’ve just recently noticed that my sons and my esa are different. He is in the support group and I am in the work focused group. I phoned and asked why, and was told that I am still considered fit for work, even though I have the letters stating that I’m not. Been told that I’m not getting reassessed until next year but if I want to appeal now, that there is a big backlog, so I have decided to wait it out. But, please can someone tell me what happens when I’m reassessed, do I have to appear before someone or what happens? So very sorry for a long post. Stay safe and well everyone.