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15.9 Appeal Requests

ISSUE DATE: 04/2007

People must request an appeal in writing and must state what county agency action they are appealing. The request for an appeal must be signed by:

The applicant.


The participant.


The provider (for provider appeal request).


A representative.

People may use the Appeal to State Agency form DHS 0033 ENG (PDF) or may send a letter indicating disagreement with the county agency's decision.

People must request the appeal hearing no more than:

30 days after getting a written notice of the proposed action.


90 days after getting the notice of proposed action, if they can show good cause for not making a request within the 30-day time limit.

People can send the appeal request to their county agency or directly to the State Appeals Office at:

Minnesota Department of Human Services
PO Box 64941
St. Paul, MN 55164-0941

Refer all appeal requests to the State Appeals Office. Do this regardless of when you receive the request, and regardless of the appellant’s reason for making a late appeal request. The Appeals Office will convene a hearing and decide the issue of timeliness or good cause at that time. Also see Chapter 15.15 (Continuation of Benefits).


Minnesota Statutes 119B.16
Minnesota Statutes 256.045
Minnesota Rules 3400.0230

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