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Targeted Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Advance Reevaluations

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If your organization received a notification to apply for a Targeted EIDL Advance and were subsequently denied, you are now able to send a request to have that application reevaluated.  Applicants that would like to request the reevaluation should send an email to

Instructions when sending the email:

  • Use subject line, “Reevaluation Request for <insert your 10-digit application number>”
  • Include identifying information in the body of the email, including:
    • Application number
    • Business name
    • Business address
    • Business owner(s) name
    • Business phone number.
  • Include an explanation and any documents that address the reason for the decline. 

The SBA will reach out to applicants that request this reevaluation if additional documentation is needed.

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