What happens after I submit my request for an appeals hearing?Appeals are processed in the order they are received. When the Appeals Bureau gets your appeal, they will gather documents to be used in your hearing. Then, you will be mailed a Notice of Telephone Hearing packet at least 7 days before the hearing. This packet will include the day and time of the hearing and the issues that will be discussed.
How soon will the hearing be held?Hearings are held as soon as the Appeals Bureau’s calendar will allow. The Appeals Bureau should contact you within 2-6 weeks after you file your appeal. If you don’t hear from them, please call (208) 332-3572.
After I receive my Notice of Telephone Hearing, what do I need to do?
- Review the information in your packet.
- If a document you need for your hearing isn’t in your packet, send a copy to the Appeals Bureau. Make sure all other interested parties have a copy, too.
- Read and follow the instructions.
- If you have questions, call the Appeals Bureau at (208) 332-3572.