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Who can get Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

These pages tell you more about who is entitled to claim Personal Independence Payment (PIP), including the immigration and residence conditions you must satisfy and the Special Rules that apply if you’re terminally ill.  You can also find out more about when you may not be able to get PIP, for example because you’re in hospital, a residential home or prison, or because you get help with the Motability scheme.

Who can get it?

Conditions you have to meet to get Personal Independence Payment (PIP).

The presence and residence conditions

Presence and residence conditions to be met to get Personal Independence Payment (PIP).

Personal Independence Payment (PIP) - the disability conditions

Daily living and mobility activities and how you will be measured against them when you claim Personal Independence Payment (PIP).

Special Rules if you are terminally ill

Special Rules for those who are terminally ill to claim Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and proving you have a terminal illness.