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Post by katjane on Sun Dec 29, 2013 1:34 pm

my husband lost his job 2 months ago. Status still says pending. His employer did say that they would fight it, but have heard nothing about a hearing or anything. It says on his paperwork not to contact them regarding the status but out of desperation he did a couple of weeks ago anyways and still has not heard anything. Is this normal?We live in RI.


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Re: 2 months and still waiting

Post by elvis44102 on Sun Dec 29, 2013 11:54 pm

welcome to the forum!

I am in Ohio and all correspondence is done via email (option)..I recently went through the appeals process
and all the documentation i read always has a time frame attached (10, 21, 14 days etc)..

Two months is exceptionally long I am gonna say that there is a 21 day MAX (maybe business days)

Keep in mind that unemployment insur is there to HELP people and the burden of proof of misconduct is upon the boss (employer)

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Re: 2 months and still waiting

Post by katjane on Mon Dec 30, 2013 11:04 pm

TY! I filled the form out and am crossing my fingers


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