How long will my unemployment appeal take?
View the dashboard
for the Employment Security Department cases. This dashboard
shows the average processing time for appeals, including:
- The total time from filing the appeal (at ESD) to getting your decision (from OAH)
- The time at OAH
- Additional case information
Coronavirus Impact on Hearings
In order to protect public health and OAH staff, these temporary changes to our normal procedures are in effect:
- All OAH offices are closed to the public until further notice. OAH will not conduct in-person hearings or accept in-person filing.
Filing case documents by secure email is allowed. Click Manage My Case to learn how to manage files electronically.
Until further notice, OAH is not holding in-person hearings. All hearings will be held by telephone or video conference, if possible.
If you prefer an in-person hearing, you can request that your hearing be rescheduled until after in-person hearings resume. The administrative law judge will decide if your hearing can be rescheduled.
OAH staff will contact you to change or reschedule your hearing, if needed.