Appealing an AYT decision

Decisions made by AYT on membership and daily allowances can be appealed. Instructions on how to appeal are enclosed in each decision. If you are not satisfied with a decision given by AYT, you should submit an appeal in writing within 30 days of receiving notice of the decision. The decision will be deemed to have been received no later than on the seventh day after mailing.

AYT will forward it to the appeal body. In cases concerning unemployment allowances there are two appellate instances: the Unemployment Security Appeal Board and the Insurance Court.

If your appeal concerns a decision made on the basis of a statement given by a labour authority, AYT will forward the appeal to the TE Office for a new statement. The statements of the TE Office cannot be appealed. Appeals have to concern decisions made by the fund on the basis of the statement.