Upon receiving the appeal or request for hearing, the case is assigned to an appeals referee. If the request is filed timely a hearing is scheduled and you will receive a written notice of the date and time of the hearing. You will also receive a brochure, Guide to Unemployment Insurance Appeals, explaining the appeals process and how to prepare for the hearing.
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