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Appealing against a benefit decision

If you've asked the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to look again at your Universal Credit (UC) or Personal Independence Payment (PIP) benefit decision and you still don't agree with the outcome, you may be able to appeal.

These pages tell you more about whether you can make an appeal and how the process works.

Appealing against a DWP benefit decision

Appealing to an independent tribunal if you’re not happy with the reconsideration of a benefit decision.

Late benefit appeals

Making a late appeal after the one month time limit against a benefit decision.

If you think your DWP benefit decision is wrong and you're too late to appeal

How a benefit decision can be changed due to an official error and you're too late to appeal.

Changing a DWP benefit decision after you've appealed

Changing a benefit decision after you've appealed due to new evidence or DWP realise it is wrong.