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JSA3 form - what info is needed
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Old 26-06-2009, 12:47 PM
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Default JSA3 form - what info is needed

I've been asked to complete a JSA3 form, but sent a JSA1 form instead. Getting the JSA3 form posted to me, but want to get the info I'll need (on savings etc) together now, so I can complete it quickly. Am I right in thinking that - if I get together all the info I'd need to complete the JSA1 form - this will also be enough to complete the JSA3? Or is the JSA3 form different?
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Old 26-06-2009, 3:19 PM
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If anyone knows the answer to this, it would be great. Otherwise, I'll probably head into the jobcentre to pick up the form - there are places I'd rather go, and it's raining
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Old 26-06-2009, 3:38 PM
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A JSA3 form is normally used either for a change of circumstances or because your JSA c has expired and you are applying for income based JSA, the questions are more or less the same but the 1 is used for new claims and the 3 because only a review is needed. hope this helps
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Great - thanks. So if I've got the info to answer a JSA1 form, I should also have the info for the JSA3.

Excellent - will save me a walk in the rain to get the form!
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