Reemployment Assistance Appeals Commission

  • I just received a referee’s decision and lost my case. What can I do?

  • I want to appeal the referee’s decision, but the 20 calendar-day appeal period has expired. Am I still able to appeal the decision?

  • Do I need to have an attorney or other representative?

  • Do I need to send the Commission any additional information?

  • Will the Commission be considering evidence that was not presented to the referee during the prior hearing?

  • I have received a Notice of Docketing, what does this mean?

  • What is a “brief” and do I need to file one with the Commission?

  • Do I need to respond to what the other party said in his or her letter to the Commission?

  • Will the Commission be holding a hearing?

  • May I speak with any of the members of the Commission about my case?

  • How long will my appeal take?

  • Do I need to continue claiming benefits while my appeal is pending?

  • Do I have to repay my benefit overpayment while my appeal is pending?

  • I am the claimant and I just received a Commission order reversing the referee’s decision and ruling in my favor. When do I get my benefits?

  • I have just received an order from the Commission vacating the referee’s decision and remanding the case for further proceedings. Who should I contact about my case?

  • I have just received an unfavorable order from the Commission, what can I do?

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