How long does NJ unemployment appeal take?

After you file your appeal The Board of Review usually takes about two months to decide cases.

What happens if you win your unemployment appeal?

If you win the appeal, you will be entitled to collect benefits in the future. You will also be entitled to collect any benefits that you certified for but were not paid following the initial determination of ineligibility as long as you continued filing weekly claims during your appeal.

What can I expect at an unemployment appeal hearing?

Whether you filed the appeal or your employer filed the appeal, the hearing is your opportunity to tell your story. The Unemployment Law Judge who runs the hearing will ask questions of the participants and give everyone a chance to explain their point of view.

How long do unemployment appeals take?

You will get the Referee’s decision in the mail, about one to two weeks after the hearing. You have 15 days from the date the decision was mailed to file a further appeal to the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review. Again, be careful in your request for appeal.

Should I get a lawyer for unemployment appeal?

In order to appeal the denial of unemployment benefits, you must meet deadlines and other requirements, as well as file a written appeal presenting your supporting legal arguments. While you are not required to have a lawyer for this process, you may be at a disadvantage if you do not.

Can you win a unemployment appeal?

Typically, if you request an appeal, a hearing will be scheduled. The person conducting the hearing will make a decision on your appeal. If you win and are granted unemployment benefits, you are entitled to continue receiving the benefits, even if the employer appeals that decision at a higher level of review.

When do I need to file an appeal to the unemployment Tribunal?

Appeals must be filed within 10 days of the date of mailing, or seven days from the date of receipt. Alternatively you may file an online appeal here. If the appeal is not filed within the appeal periods, an explanation of why it was not filed within that time limit should accompany the appeal.

Where is the Appeal Tribunal in Trenton NJ?

Appeal Tribunal Offices. Phone. Fax. Central Office. Labor Building, 8 th floor. 1 John Fitch Way. Trenton, NJ 08625-0936. (609) 292-2669. (609) 292-2438.

Where can I file an appeal in NJ?

The Appeal Tribunal P.O. Box 907 Trenton, NJ 08625 Alternatively you may file an online appeal here.

What is the Department of Labor and Workforce Development Appeal Tribunal?

Appeal Tribunal The Appeal Tribunal is the first appellate level within the Department of Labor and Workforce Development for deciding unemployment and disability (state plan and DDU) insurance benefit disputes. After filing a claim for Unemployment Insurance or Disability Insurance, an individual’s entitlement for such benefits is decided.