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How to File a Weekly Claim

Most claimants can receive unemployment insurance (UI) benefits for up to 26 weeks, and in some cases 39 weeks.  To receive payments after filing for UI benefits, a claimant must confirm eligibility every week using the claims reporting system.

Each week that the weekly claim is filed, the claimant will be asked to certify the following:

  • are unemployed or working only reduced hours
  • are able and available for work
  • have not refused any job offers or referrals
  • are actively looking for work (unless waived)
  • are reporting any pension they may be receiving
  • are reporting any gross wages, vacation (PTO), severance and/or holiday pay they may be receiving

The weekly claim can be filed online or by mobile devices.

Review these Frequently Asked Questions about Unemployment Insurance and weekly claim filing.

The payment information page has details about debit card and direct deposit benefit payment options. (This page has an updated Notice for Bank of America Cardholders - Sept ).

Here is a helpful document that briefly describes the Unemployment Insurance claim process. 

File Weekly Claim Now

Hours to Submit a Weekly Claim

Monday through Friday: am - pm

am to pm Sunday 

Check the Status of a UI Claim (Benefit Inquiry)

The 'status of claim' option allows claimants to verify:

  • the last week UI benefits were claimed
  • the date and amount of the last UI benefit payment 
  • the remaining balance of UI benefits available to receive

The 'status of claim' or 'UI benefit payment' is available online.

Check UI Claim Status

Hours to Check Status of a UI Claim

Tuesday through Friday: am - pm

If Monday is a holiday, the 'status of claim' option is not available until Wednesday of that week.

Sours: https://www.iowaworkforcedevelopment.gov/file-weekly-continued-claim

How do I claim my weekly benefits?

How do I claim my weekly benefits?

How do I claim my weekly benefits?

You must answer a series of questions for each calendar week that you wish to receive benefits. This is called completing your weekly certification.

  • Weekly certifications (or weekly claim for benefits) must be filed online.
  • If you don’t have access to a computer, you can contact our customer call center by calling 
What happens if I forget to file my weekly certification of benefits?

What happens if I forget to file my weekly certification of benefits?

In order to complete a weekly certification, you must file within fourteen (14) days from the week ending date of the week you are attempting to claim. If you fail to complete a timely weekly certification, you will:

  1. NOT receive payment for the week, 
  2. Be required to reopen your claim, 
  3. Be required to serve a waiting period week (non-payable week).
What if I do freelance work or other self-employment?

What if I do freelance work or other self-employment?

If you do free-lance work or are self-employed, you must maintain your availability for work.

How will I receive my unemployment payments?

How will I receive my unemployment payments?

You will generally receive your unemployment payments by direct deposit or debit card.

How do I protect or maintain my unemployment benefits?

How do I protect or maintain my unemployment benefits?

You must be able and available to work, and maintain eligibility requirements. You should also attend any hearing that results from an appeal of a determination or decision that was favorable to you.

What should I do if I have not received my payment, or I think that the payment is late?

What should I do if I have not received my payment, or I think that the payment is late?

If you have not received your payment within 14 days after your weekly certification is filed, contact DES by email at [email protected]

What should l do if I&#;ve been working and did not report any earnings?

What should l do if I&#;ve been working and did not report any earnings?

You should speak with a DES claims representative immediately by calling 

What should I do if I move, or my telephone number changes?

What should I do if I move, or my telephone number changes?

All letters, notices, determinations, decisions and other correspondence are sent to your last address on file with DES. If you change your mailing address, or if you think DES does not have your correct address, you must immediately notify DES of your new or corrected address and/or telephone number. If you have an appeal pending, you must also notify the section handling your appeal. DES will not be responsible if mail does not reach you because you have not updated your contact information. You may also update your address information on the DES website. If you have a legal representative, all documents or information required to be provided will only be sent to the legal representative.

Sours: https://des.nc.gov/need-help/faqs/how-do-i-claim-my-weekly-benefits
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In North Carolina, the Division of Employment Security (DES) handles unemployment benefits and determines eligibility on a case-by-case basis. Typically, applicants must meet eligibility criteria; however, some requirements have been waived, and the program has been expanded, in order to assist North Carolinians affected by COVID 

 

How do I file for unemployment insurance?

The fastest way to file a new claim is to file online at des.nc.gov. If you don&#;t have access to a computer or need assistance, you may file over the phone by calling the Customer Call Center at However, due to the high volume of calls related to COVID, you may experience a long wait time. 

 

Filing for unemployment insurance due to COVID?

  • Create an Online Account: des.nc.gov
  • File a claim for unemployment  
  • Complete Weekly Certifications
  • Check your claim status
  • File your Claim. To do so you will need:
    • Your Social Security Number
    • Information about your most recent employment and pay
    • Work history for the last two years
    • Bank routing and account numbers for Direct Deposit 
    • TIP: If you are filing due to COVID, select ‘coronavirus’ as your reason for separation.

 

  • Complete your Weekly Certification. 
    • A Weekly Certification is a series of yes/no questions that helps determine your eligibility for benefits each week. 
    • If you do not complete a Weekly Certification, you will not be considered for payment. 
  • Log in to your Online Account to complete your weekly certification. If you do not have online access, call (Weekly Certifications only).
  • TIP: N.C. Executive Order allows some requirements to be waived for people filing for unemployment due to COVID 
    • If you are filing due to COVID, you may answer ‘yes’ to this question on the Weekly Certification: Did you look for work?

 

What’s the timeline for receipt of payment?

  • After you file your claim, your last employer will be given, by law, 10 days to respond to DES. 
  • No payment will be released prior to the end of this day period. If there are no issues, individuals typically receive payment within about 14 days of filing their initial claim.
  • TIP: Remember—you must complete a Weekly Certification for each week, or you will not receive payment.

 

What is the current maximum benefit amount?

Benefits remain at a maximum of $/week for 12 weeks.

 

How soon will individuals receive unemployment insurance benefits?

Individuals filing for benefits as a direct result of COVID will automatically have their waiting week for benefits waived; however, your last employer will be given 10 days from the time you file your initial claim to provide separation information to DES. 

No payments will be released until after that day period.

 

How am I supposed to meet requirements related to my existing unemployment claim if I am in isolation or quarantine as a result of COVID?

Individuals currently filing for unemployment insurance benefits who have to quarantine due to COVID will be considered able and available to work as long as the individual has not removed themselves from the labor market.

 

Must I still attend a previously scheduled in-person appointment related to unemployment insurance?

No, please contact the unit who scheduled the appointment or our Customer Call Center for other options to complete your appointment.

 

Do I have to search for work while filing for unemployment?

If you are out of work as a result of COVID, you do not have to conduct a work search while filing for unemployment.

 

What if my employer goes out of business due to COVID?

You may be eligible for unemployment benefits if you’re laid off. If you’re out of work due to COVID, indicate that while filing your claim.

 

Are independent contractors eligible for unemployment insurance?

Independent contractors and self-employed workers are not typically eligible for unemployment insurance benefits. However, these individuals may qualify for federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance available as a result of COVID The Division of Employment Security is awaiting guidance from the federal government to implement the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program. Check des.nc.gov for updates.

 

I am a part-time employee. Am I eligible for unemployment?

Anyone can file for unemployment insurance. In order to determine eligibility, you must first apply for unemployment. If you’re temporarily out of work or working reduced hours due to COVID, please select one of those two separation reasons when filing your claim.

 

I heard the federal government is expanding unemployment insurance benefits. Am I eligible?

The Division of Employment Security is awaiting guidance from the U.S. Department of Labor to implement the new assistance programs. Once we receive the final guidance, benefits should start being paid in about two weeks. Anyone who filed a claim due to COVID before this legislation may still be eligible for these benefits. If any benefits are owed for a week previously claimed, payment will be made retroactively.

 

When will I receive payment?

After you have filed a claim, it usually takes about 14 days to receive your first payment. The additional $ in federal benefits will be for weeks ending April 4 – July DES is awaiting guidance for issuing those payments. Any benefits owed will be paid retroactively.

 

Do I need to complete a weekly certification every week to receive benefits?

Yes. A Weekly Certification is a series of yes/no questions that help determine your eligibility for benefits each week.

Source: NC Department of Commerce, Employment Securities Commission

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Sours: https://iei.ncsu.edu//nc-division-of-employment-security-unemployment-faq/

North Carolina Unemployment Weekly Claims

You may file for weekly claims either online or by telephone.

To file a weekly certification by telephone you must call

  • Claimants with odd number SSNs (Social Security Number) à Monday & Wednesday through Saturday,
  • Claimants with even number SSNs à Tuesday through Saturday

While claiming online, please remember to use the &#;logout&#; button when you are finished using the NC DES website rather than closing the browser window. This will protect your personal information and is important if you are using a public computer, at a DES office or a library.

If you are having problems logging into the website, call from A.M. to P.M. Monday through Friday.

Note: Each application displays its own hours of availability which may differ from the above specified login availability times.

  • Monday – Friday &#; A.M. &#; Midnight ET
  • Saturday &#; A.M. &#; Midnight ET
  • Sunday &#; Noon &#; Midnight ET
Sours: https://fileunemployment.org/north-carolina/weekly-claims

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File Your Weekly Certification

You must submit a Weekly Certification after each week for which you would like to receive benefits. The Weekly Certification is a series of questions that helps verify that you were able, available, and looking for work that week.

Weekly certifications (or weekly claim for benefits) must be filed online.

If you don’t have access to a computer, you can contact our customer call center by calling 

Do Not Wait!

You should begin filing your Weekly Certifications the week after submitting your initial application.  You MUST file a Weekly Certification within 14 days after each week of unemployment in order to receive unemployment insurance payments. You should file Weekly Certifications even while you are waiting to learn if you are eligible for benefits.

Please allow up to 48 hours for payments to fully process.

If you fail to complete a timely Weekly Certification, you will:

  • NOT receive payment for the week; 
  • Be required to reopen your claim; and
  • Be required to serve an additional non-payable waiting week.

Visit our Weekly Certifications Frequently Asked Questions section for more information.

How to File a Weekly Certification

Sours: https://des.nc.gov/apply-unemployment/file-your-weekly-certification
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