Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

I had applied and fail into the residency test, I asked for a mandatory request that after challenge for more than two months via phone, the decision maker office has decided to look into, but he’s asking more information to support my claim, I am working from the advice of Maryward, and as there is not option to add a note to my journal, to support the information that the officer needs, we send this by post, and seems to be by a note the officer has leave in the journal that he still not able to get, to support my case.

Is there any option available, to either add notes into the journal as the case has been close, or do I need to apply again and taking into consideration that I am still on the mandatory request this information will be not lost?

Yours faithfully,

Esteban Gomez

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