You may appeal the results of your decision letter on one or more of the following grounds:

  1. There is new evidence that is likely to change the outcome.
  2. There is evidence of procedural error or bias in the process.
  3. The sanction imposed is not consistent with the nature of the offense.

A completed Appeal Request Form will include the following information:

  • You have identified, above, which ground(s) you are appealing on.
  • You have attached your explanation/reason(s) for appealing. Your explanation should be centered around your grounds for appealing.
  • Your explanation should also include your requested resolution. What outcome are you hoping for?
  • You have attached any supplementary documentation/information including a copy of your decision letter.

Appeal Request Forms:

If you have any questions about the appeal process please contact us via email