Appeal got dismissed. Can't really do anything about it now.
So I voluntarily left my employer on a good note with no issues. It was all on good terms. I had planned to relocate out of state. I was in the planning stages and have visited the places that I had planned to move. I had decided on where I wanted to move and was getting things ready: packing and all that. I decided to take some time and spend time with the family until I moved. When of course you encounter unexpected dilemmas that come in your way. Of course I didn't ended up moving as planned. So I went back home and decided to look for another job. I decided to try and see if I could get some unemployment benefits in the mean time until I was able to get a job and get back on my feet. Of course I was denied and gave up on the first try. I kept applying and looking for work but still was unsuccessful. I decided to try unemployment again and of course I was denied again. I decided to appeal it and it got dismissed. Of course it didn't go in my favor. But I think the law should change about whether you quit your job or not or get fired. Especially if it is on good terms. They shouldn't hold that against anybody. Especially when you work so hard for the company and devote your time. And you had good intentions on your future goals and plans. I don't think it's fair.