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Due Process Foul?

by Unanomous

I received my letter of determination and it mentioned nothing of a VQ as the reason of denial for benefits. No further information was included on how to qualify for benefits in the future, either. It did mention a False Statement penalty and subsequent actions I must take to get this off my record, but nothing ever about a Voluntary Quit. I have now (6 weeks later) found out the department is denying my claim based on a VQ without good cause status. When writing my appeal letter, I never appealed the outright denial of benefits, as I had no idea this was the case. I only appealed the FS claim. Does California require a separate notice of determination for each determination or at least require all disqualifications in writing along with appeal rights.


Hi Unanamous,

If you want, I'll review your documents and explain to you what I think the problem is.

My suggestion to you is to read the hearing decision again from the FS appeal.

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Nov 24, 2010
similar issue
by: Anonymous

what came of it?


If you'll notice this is over a year old .. and I can't remember what exactly I found out when I reviewed the documents and I'm sure I also talked to them .. but I can't remember that either. I doubt they are still reading things at too.

I can tell you that FS determinations occur usually when a person tells or tries to tell the state their job ended differently that what the employer tells the state when they respond to a notice of claim filed and include DOCUMENTS proving otherwise.

This is not a good place to be in .. but sometimes .. even employers don't tell the truth.

Jul 15, 2009
Document Review
by: Anonymous

I just donated enough for a document review. How shall I get this over to you? Thanks!

I have sent you an email with a fax number.

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