There are instances when your unemployment claims will be turned down or denied. In this regard, you should be aware of your rights to make an appeal and how to go about it. When it comes to making an unemployment claim appeal, you should make certain that you have submitted the right requirements.

You have to inform your state’s unemployment office where you submitted your application that plan to file an unemployment appeal against the decision made and you will provide them with further evidence. Your appeal should be made within fourteen days after you received the decision. If the denial was based on the way you lost your job, you have to provide written records or documents that show you were not fired through any fault of yours. Documents may include official documentation for your previous employer and written statements from people you worked with.

Keep in mind that you have to continue claiming your unemployment while the appeal is still pending. It is of vital importance to be calm at all times and work you way through the entire appeal process. Some reasons for denying your claim may be as little as an error in your application  and all you have to do is to give the unemployment office the correct details so they could reverse the decision and begin paying you the benefits.

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