While you may know the basics of filing for unemployment claims or benefits, it is also important that you know how to make unemployment claims appeal in the event that your claim is denied. The appeal process is totally different from applying for a claim. When making an appeal, there are important factors that you should take into consideration.

First, you have to list down the people who know and could verify the facts surrounding your exit from work and make certain that they discuss only the facts and not their personal opinions. Inform the unemployment specialist in your state about your story. Make sure to include your name, social security number and other important information regarding your former job. Furthermore, you should gather further proof and documents.

The next thing that you should do is to contact the unemployment office of your state to verify the address where you should send your appeal. The average time you have is fourteen days; this would be enough to gather all documents and evidences. In the meantime, you should continue to file for unemployment payments as scheduled until you finished the appeal process to be able to meet all the requirements. Wait for the unemployment office to notify you of a decision. If you have something more to present, you could file for a hearing to challenge the decision after it has been made.

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