Overview of the Reemployment Assistance Appeals Commission


What you CAN do on this site

  • File an appeal of a referee’s decision to the Reemployment Assistance Appeals Commission.
  • Review important information about the Commission’s review process.
  • Review general information about the reemployment assistance appeals process.
  • Review information about appealing a Commission order to a District Court of Appeal.

What you CANNOT do on this site

  • File an initial claim for reemployment assistance benefits.
  • Report your weekly work search.
  • File an appeal of a determination for a hearing before an appeals referee.
  • File an appeal of a Commission order to a District Court of Appeal.
  • E-mail questions to the Reemployment Assistance Appeals Commission.
  • Arrange repayment of a benefit overpayment.

The Reemployment Assistance Appeals Commission is the quasi-judicial administrative appellate body responsible for reviewing contested decisions of reemployment assistance appeals referees. The Commission is 100% federally funded. The Commission is housed within the Department of Economic Opportunity; however, it operates as an independent review body. The Commission is comprised of a Chairman and two Commissioners, each appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate.

An equal opportunity employer/program.  Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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