Sure - anyone can appeal. However, from your post you quit your job. People who quit don't get unemployment.Ask a similar question
You can certainly appeal, but I would be surprised if it were successful. Unemployment insurance is for when you become involuntarily unemployed. You rolled the dice and they came up snake eyes. It's unfortunate, but the State isn't not obligated to support you in this circumstance.
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I'm not sure about the law in GA, but in NC, there are limited circumstances when you receive unemployment when you resign. From the facts in your post, I believe it would be difficult to receive benefits, but you should consider consulting with a local attorney familiar with the law around unemployment to make sure there's not an argument that would be applicable to your facts.
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