The Board has temporarily suspended the requirement that petitions be filed through first class mail or by personal service to the Board’s office in Albany, NY. Petitions may now be filed via electronic mail in addition to the methods contained in Board Rules 12 NYCRR 65.5. This suspension ends February 11, 2022, and may be extended further as needed. This suspension and electronic filing method do not affect or toll any time periods prescribed by statute.
Please see the Board's Guideline for Filing Petitions Electronically for detailed instructions.
Opt In to Receive Electronic Correspondence
If you would like to receive all correspondence regarding your case via email, you must complete an Opt in to Receive Service and Notice Electronically form. You are not required to accept correspondence electronically and may choose not to opt in and instead receive all correspondence regarding your case by mail.
The Board has designated an electronic mailbox for the receipt and issuance of electronic correspondence.
Please see the Board's Guideline for Filing Correspondence Electronically for detailed instructions.