Appeal of Benefit Determination
If you believe that another person has used your identity to file a fraudulent unemployment claim, please report that on the ADOL fraud portal. It is not necessary to file an appeal on that issue.
WHY FILE AN APPEAL
If you feel that the decision of the Unemployment Compensation Division on a claim was based on
incorrect or incomplete information, or that the law was not correctly applied, you may file an
appeal in most cases. There are some determinations for which no appeal rights are granted.
You cannot appeal in the following situations, and should contact the Unemployment Compensation
Division to address these issues:
Nonpayment of benefits for a waiting week as determined by unemployment insurance law
Pending eligibility issues
Pending weekly certification errors
Request to backdate effective date of claim or weekly certification before a determination is made
Income tax intercepts for recoup outstanding overpayments
WHO MAY FILE AN APPEAL
Appeals of the decisions of the Unemployment Compensation Division may be filed by
either the claimant or employer. All appeals must include the claimantâ€™s full name
with last four digits of the social security number, reason for appeal, and a
signature of the requestor. Please note the following:
This webpage is to be used exclusively for appealing a determination on an unemployment compensation claim.
It is not to be used for responding to the Tax Division on a Form Ben-8B Notice of Benefit Charges.
If you need additional information about filing an appeal click here
AS A CLAIMANT:
If you believe your personal information has been used to file a fraudulent claim or you know of someone filing a fraudulent claim.
AS AN EMPLOYER:
If you believe a current or former employee has filed a fraudulent claim.
Please report the fraudulent claim information here
Please select the type of Appeals filing that you would like to file: