Backdating jsa

04-Jul-2016 04:52

I was wondering if anyone knows when my money will be backdated to, this is my first claim for ESA.

I would also like some tips on how to cope at Tribunals as I fear I won't be able to function properly with all the judgment and the questions. Hi Evie I am sorry you have so many health problems at such a young age.

(5) In this regulation, “polygamous marriage” means any marriage during the subsistence of which a party to it is married to more than one person and the ceremony of marriage took place under the law of a country which permits polygamy.

I was seen as 'fit for work' by ATOS so I appealed the decision and am awaiting my Tribunal which is on the 19th July.Why is the benefits system based on such an old-fashioned understanding of the way people live today?Plenty of people I know live in shared houses with their friends and partner, why should they be denied JSA when the housemates who aren’t in a sexual relationship would be eligible?Yet it’s my sexual relationship with my boyfriend that apparently matters so damn much. We are independent individuals, not a bloody two headed, one bank-accounted entity and I’m appalled that the government cannot recognise that. Next time you apply you won’t tell them about your boyfriend and you’ll get the JSA just fine. It shouldn’t be that way of course, but what becomes very obvious when you’re in the benefits system is that there is no feedback system for improving it – presumably because they can’t be bothered to set it up. On a practical note, do you and your boyfriend have separate bedrooms?Any system without a feedback mechanism will be riddled with these idiocies and inconsistencies, and on some level the people in charge must know that. Because then it would be easy to say you’ve broken up and you’re sharing a house with two friends.

I was seen as 'fit for work' by ATOS so I appealed the decision and am awaiting my Tribunal which is on the 19th July.Why is the benefits system based on such an old-fashioned understanding of the way people live today?Plenty of people I know live in shared houses with their friends and partner, why should they be denied JSA when the housemates who aren’t in a sexual relationship would be eligible?Yet it’s my sexual relationship with my boyfriend that apparently matters so damn much. We are independent individuals, not a bloody two headed, one bank-accounted entity and I’m appalled that the government cannot recognise that. Next time you apply you won’t tell them about your boyfriend and you’ll get the JSA just fine. It shouldn’t be that way of course, but what becomes very obvious when you’re in the benefits system is that there is no feedback system for improving it – presumably because they can’t be bothered to set it up. On a practical note, do you and your boyfriend have separate bedrooms?Any system without a feedback mechanism will be riddled with these idiocies and inconsistencies, and on some level the people in charge must know that. Because then it would be easy to say you’ve broken up and you’re sharing a house with two friends.(2) In these Regulations— “the Act” means the Jobseekers Act 1995; “adoption leave” means a period of absence from work on ordinary or additional adoption leave by virtue of section 75A or 75B of the Employment Rights Act 1996(9); “attendance allowance” means— any payment based on the need for attendance which is paid as an addition to a war disablement pension (which means any retired pay or pension or allowance payable in respect of disablement under an instrument specified in section 639(2) of the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003(12)); “basic rate” has the same meaning as in the Income Tax Act 2007(13); “benefit week” means a period of seven days ending with the end day unless, in any particular case or class of case, the Secretary of State arranges otherwise, and for these purposes “end day” means the day in column (2) which corresponds to the series of numbers in column (1) which includes the last two digits of the person’s national insurance number— “Claims and Payments Regulations 2013” means the Universal Credit, Personal Independence Payment, Jobseeker’s Allowance and Employment and Support Allowance (Claims and Payments) Regulations 2013(14); “close relative” means a parent, parent-in-law, son, son-in-law, daughter, daughter-in-law, step-parent, step-son, step-daughter, brother, sister or, if any of the preceding persons is one member of a couple, the other member of that couple; “date of claim” means the date on which the claimant makes, or is treated as making, a claim for a jobseeker’s allowance for the purposes of— ” means the National Health Service (Wales) Act 2006(17); “maternity leave” means a period during which a woman is absent from work because she is pregnant or has given birth to a child, and at the end of which she has a right to return to work either under the terms of her contract of employment or under Part 8 of the Employment Rights Act 1996(18); “net earnings” means such earnings as are calculated in accordance with regulation 59; “net profit” means such profit as is calculated in accordance with regulation 61; “occupational pension” means any pension or other periodical payment under an occupational pension scheme but does not include any discretionary payment out of a fund established for relieving hardship in particular cases; “partner” means, where a claimant— “paternity leave” means a period of absence from work on leave by virtue of section 80A or 80B of the Employment Rights Act 1996(19); “payment” includes a part of a payment; “remunerative work” has the meaning prescribed in regulation 42(1); “self-employed earner” is to be construed in accordance with section 2(1)(b) of the Benefits Act; “sports award” means an award made by one of the Sports Councils named in section 23(2) of the National Lottery out of public funds by a Government department or by or on behalf of the Secretary of State, Skills Development Scotland, Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, the Chief Executive of Skills Funding or the Welsh Ministers; for the period, or part of the period, during which the person is following a course of training or instruction provided by, or in pursuance of arrangements made with, that department or approved by that department in relation to them or provided or approved by or on behalf of the Secretary of State, Skills Development Scotland, Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise or the Welsh Ministers, but it does not include an allowance paid by any Government department to or in respect of a person by reason of the fact that the person is following a course of full-time education, other than under arrangements made under section 2 of the Employment and Training Act 1973(21) or section 2 of the Enterprise and New Towns (Scotland) Act 1990(22), or the person is training as a teacher; “voluntary organisation” means a body, other than a public or local authority, the activities of which are carried on otherwise than for profit; “voluntary work” means work other than for a member of the claimant’s family, where no payment is received by the claimant or the only payment due to be made to the claimant by virtue of being so engaged is a payment in respect of any expenses reasonably incurred by the claimant in the course of being so engaged; “week” means, in the definition of “Work Experience” and in Parts 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10, a period of seven days; “Work Experience” means a programme which consists of work experience, job search skills and job skills (and which is not employment), provided in pursuance of arrangements made by or on behalf of the Secretary of State under section 2 of the Employment and Training Act 1973, and which— is of between two and 12 weeks duration where, during the first eight weeks of the claimant’s participation in Work Experience, and as a result of that participation, the claimant is offered and accepts an apprenticeship made under government arrangements made respectively for England, Wales or Scotland; —(1) Any reference to the claimant’s family or, as the case may be, to a member of the claimant’s family, is to be construed for the purposes of these Regulations as if it included, in relation to a polygamous marriage, a reference to any partner and to any child or young person who is treated by the Secretary of State as the responsibility of the claimant or their partner, where that child or young person is a member of the claimant’s household.