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An appeal is when you ask a group or person to think again about a choice they made about you.

There are lots of different sorts of appeals.

Lots of appeals have rules and laws about them.

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Sometimes a group of people might choose if we can, have or do something.

This might be a big or a small thing.

Some of the things groups might choose could happen to us are things like

if we get a job,

if we go to a school or college,

if we can get money from the government

or even if we are locked up.

When a group makes a choice about us and we don’t think it’s right,

we can ask them to think about it again.

When we ask a group or person to think again about a choice about us,

it is called an appeal or making an appeal.

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