Reasons for backdating job seekers allowance


16-Oct-2020 18:39

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Backdating your claim date for up to a month is possible, although there are limited circumstances for when this will be successful (and for joint claimants both of you must meet the rules).

These include if you are late claiming because of illness or disability, not being told your jobseeker’s allowance or employment and support allowance had ended, or reclaiming after separating.

Some of the eligible reasons include: language barriers; or, you feel you were given the wrong information in the jobcentre, which led you to believe you would not be able to claim.

JSA is administered by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) in England, Wales, and Scotland, and in Northern Ireland by the Department for Communities.Backdate your Job Seekers Allowance Claim by up to a maximum of 1 or 3 months depending on the reasons given as to why you failed to claim.



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