You will receive your "Notice of Disqualification" by mail. A request for a hearing must be made in writing within 10 days after the mailing date of the notice, which appears at the bottom of the disqualification notice.
When you mail your appeal, the date of the postmark will be considered the filing date of your appeal. It is important that this postmark be no later than 10 days after the mailing date on the notice mailed to you.
A late request for a hearing may be allowed if it is filed within a 30-day period after the disqualification notice, and if you can establish that there was "good cause" for the delayed request. If the local office adjuster denies your late request, you may appeal that denial and have a hearing. If your late request is eventually approved, a hearing will then be scheduled on your original disqualification.