This form may be used to request a case be reopened for a party who did not attend the hearing for good cause. The party would need to include the reason for not attending the hearing.

NOTICE TO PARTIES: All requests for reopening should be filed within 20 calendar days after the distribution/mail date shown on the decision. If the 20th day is a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday defined in F.A.C 73B-21.003(4), filing may be made on the next day that is not Saturday, Sunday or holiday.

For more information Regarding Reemployment Assistance reopening rights, please visit for the Reemployment Assistance Handbook or the Reemployment Assistance Resources.

Reemployment Assistance Appeal Reopen Request Form

Required fields are indicated with  *.

Your docket number can be located on the top right of the Notice of Hearing. If your appeal hearing has not been scheduled, enter the Issue ID on your Determination. If the withdrawal request is for a monetary appeal and your hearing has not been scheduled, enter the 8-digit number located beneath the bar code at the top of the Notice of Monetary Determination.
The distribution date is the date the notice of disqualification was mailed.



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For more information regarding the hearing process, instructions on how to request a subpoena or submit documents/exhibits for the hearing please visit for FAQ.

The Office of Appeals generally schedules appeal cases in the order received. Once your case is scheduled, a Notice of Hearing will be distributed to you either by mail or electronically; depending on the method of communication you selected in your Reconnect account.

Type your name into the signature box to affix your electronic signature on this form.

Information you provide to this department is voluntary and confidential but is required to process your claim. Pursuant to the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, the Social Security Act, 42 U.S.C. 1320b-7(a)1, and s. 443.091(1)(h), F.S., disclosure of your Social Security number is mandatory. Social Security numbers will be used by the department to report the benefits you receive to the Internal Revenue Service as potential taxable income. In accordance with the Federal Deficit Reduction Act, an amendment to the Federal Social Security Act, and 5 U.S.C. 552a(o)(1)(D), information you provide is subject to verification through computer matching programs and information about your wages and claim may be provided to other federal, state and local agencies or their contractors for verification of eligibility under other government programs to ensure benefits have been properly paid and for statistical and research purposes. 
An equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. 
Form: Notice of Appeal 
Form # DEO – A100(E) (11/18) 
Rule 73B-20.003, F.A.C.

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