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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

In another DWP reply posted it was noted that people with Fit Notes are allowed to move to JSA if they want but i noticed this is not the case.

When i asked the JCP to move to JSA due to the better support for getting into work i was refused.

And even management at DWP head office said no stating that i would not be allowed to switch to JSA until a 3 years fit note was over as it was for the ESA support group.

So here is the question:
What is the system that is used for deciding if someone can move to JSA (As looking at forums it is all over the place and has no sameness.

Yours faithfully,
Matthew Morgan

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