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I am being asked by to provide a “EDD Letter?

unemployed_personQ) I have exhausted my UI benefits. I am being asked by Riverside Workforce Development local office to provide a “EDD Letter” indicating that I have exhausted my benefits. I do not recall ever receiving one. Can you provide a quick way to obtain this “letter.” Thanks -Hugo

“An EDD appeal letter is written for the purpose of asking the Employment Development Department to reconsider a decision denying an individual unemployment benefits. The letter typically includes evidence supporting the request for a reconsideration of the decision and may even include the name or names of potential witnesses who are willing to testify in a hearing on the individual’s behalf.” http://www.greatsampleresume.com/Appeal-Letters/EDD-Appeal-Letter.html

A) You will need to write this letter and present it to your local Riverside Workforce Development local office to request additional unemployment benefits.

 




 

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  1. I’ve been trying to file unemployment for a week now… I am a waitress in Dallas and for some reason I can’t file online because my Social Security does not match my user name or pin number… That’s all I need is those two things… Do I need to come to this office to file… Because the number provided I’ve been calling for a week now And can’t get that either…

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