Q: How do I reserve my right to make an appeal?
A: Appear on or before the appointed date.
Q: How can I lose my right to make an appeal?
A: Fail to appear on or before the appointed date.
Q: How can we file for appeal?
A: Follow the instructions on the notice of appeal forms.
Q: What should I know about appeals?
A: You can’t provide new evidence so have it for the hearing.
Q: Will appeals get me a new hearing?
A: No. Appeals reviews a Hearing Officer‘s decision based on the provided evidence.
Q: Is the Hearing Officer in charge of appeals?
A: No. It’s not fair to have them review the appeal.
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