Can I motion UI hearing officer to reconsider decision I have evidence that contradicts employers sworn testimony
Having issues the 2+ years I was employed there I should of seen this coming, i was giving papers from my kids dad and told the job said sign these papers , I was puzzled and papers read voluntary separation on top i asked what’s this he said idk Francis called said pick papers up and both sign um why u keep saying termination he said thats what she called them I didn't sign them because i had no plan on leaving AZ ,his mother was I wanted to work with other clients they said I could, i didn't know what was going on and i wasn't teal sure his mom/ client was leaving that happens a lot ,so she did leave Monday am and by 9 am I had the papers it took on a life of its own I filed for UI benefits became homeless got to be too much went home to Iowa finally received UI benefits unaware of appeal and hearing didn't attend lost benefits I appeal had hearing supervisor lied my witnesses contracted her yet i received denial letter now I have call logs to our phones to show no calls made to our phone numerous times shows me calling them and she stated they would of never ask me to work found old email of them asking me to pick up 2 clients shifts. What can I do?help
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