FIGHTING A NEVADA UNEMPLOYMENT APPEAL
1. You apply for unemployment benefits through the Nevada Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation. You can do this here: http://www.ui.nvdetr.org/UI_Agreement.html
2. The Nevada Unemployment Department will then contact you and your former empoyer and then your MONETARY DETERMINATION will be mailed to you. This determination tells you if you had enough base period wages to qualify for Unemployment Insurance benefits. Keep in mind, however, this is only the first step toward determining if you will receive benefits. It does not mean that your checks will automatically start coming. Your monetary entitlement is explained on your Monetary Determination. Remember—This is only the first step in determining your eligibility.The reason you became unemployed and other factors will also be considered to determine if you will receive benefits. If you are eligible for benefits you will receive your benefit payment by mail or debt card as chosen when filing your initial claim.are denied benefits
3. The next form you will receive is a Notice of Determination telling you if you are eligible for ineligible for benefits. REMEMBER you and your former employer(s) have the right to appeal that decision
and obtain a fair hearing before a separate and impartial appeals referee.An appeal must be filed within 11 days of the date the decision was mailed to you. You may appeal the decision by sending a letter to the
address shown on the decision requesting an appeal. Be sure to include your name, Social Security number, and the basis of your appeal. You must sign your appeal request. You may fax or mail your appeal.
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4. If you are unsure if you are eligible we can certainly discuss this with you at no cost. Againt, use the form here to contact us: http://uchelpcenter.com/
5. After an appeal is filed - WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I APPEAL A DECISION?
When you file an appeal at any level, you must continue to file claims for the weeks that you remain unemployed. If you are found eligible to receive benefits, you will be paid for each week that you have filed and
met all requirements of eligibility. Weeks cannot be filed retroactively. It is your responsibility to make sure claims are filed correctly and on time.
The Appeals Tribunal will send you a ‘‘Notice of Hearing’’ at least seven (7) days before the hearing. Review the document carefully when it arrives and note the time, date, location of the hearing, and whether
the hearing will be by telephone. Also review the notice to see what issues may be discussed at the hearing so you can present your side of the story. If there is more than one issue involved, you should be prepared to discuss all of them.
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