There are four levels of appeals that you may file regarding the unemployment decision by TWC. It sounds like you have only filed one, which was likely to the TWC appellate tribunal. You have the right to appeal again to the actual Commission within 14 days of the date TWC mailed you the AT decision by mailing or faxing a letter to the TWC Appeals Department at the address or fax number on the decision form. The Commission will rule on your case after reviewing the AT decision and listening to the recorded hearing. E-mail questions [email protected]
To file an appeal to the Commission (hereinafter "CA"), mail or fax a signed letter to the CA Appeals Department.
CA Appeals Department
Texas Workforce Commission
101 E. 15th Street, Room 678
Austin, Texas 78778 Fax:
(NNN) NNN-NNNNDeliver in person to any
Texas Workforce Solutions office
Your appeal is timely if we receive it by the deadline date. TWC does not accept appeals by telephone or e-mail.
Your appeal should have:
Your name and Social Security number (SSN);
Your current address;
The date TWC mailed you the decision;
Your signature; and
A copy of the decision letter, if possible.
Include any special requests in the appeal letter, such as:
any date(s) you will not be available for a hearing;
access to telephones, speakerphones, fax machines or other equipment, if needed; and
an interpreter for you or your witnesses, if needed (specify language).
If you do not have access to a fax machine, you may use a fax machine free of charge at any Texas Workforce Solutions office or a public workforce office in another state. Keep your fax confirmation sheet as proof of transmission.
The AT process is designed for claimants and employers who do not have attorneys. However, you may arrange for an attorney or other person to represent you at your arrangement and expense.
Did they give you a reason why they did not accept the evidence you offered as proof of your position that you were involuntarily terminated for no cause?