I was accused of something that I didn't do.
12 year is too late to appeal most anything....
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Generally speaking, yes 12 years would be two late to file an appeal for unemployment. In the state of Texas, to appeal determinations regarding unemployment compensation benefits the deadline is 14 days from the date of the determination to appeal to the Appeal Tribunal, then 14 days to appeal to the Commission if you disagree with the decision of the Tribunal. Once that decision is final, if you want to appeal to the court, it must be done between days 15 and 28 (after the TWC decision became final on day 14). However, I encourage you to speak face-to-face with an attorney to discuss this matter if there is a particular reason that this concern has suddenly coming to light.
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