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Denial: Can benefits be denied?

You may be an insured worker and still be ineligible or disqualified for unemployment benefits. Some examples include: being discharged for misconduct connected with work, quitting your job for reasons not attributable to the work or employer, refusing a suitable offer of work, or not being able to work or available for work.

If you are denied unemployment benefits, you will receive a “Notice of Deputy’s Determination”. This determination will tell you why benefits are being denied. It also includes information on how your benefits may become payable and your appeal rights.

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