File Unemployment

how to file for unemployment benefits

The Fileunemployment.org is a detailed guide to unemployment insurance, compensation and benefits. It's a private website whose task is to lend a hand to people who are unemployed, find the resources they require and respond to their questions. This is not a government website nor are we associated with the government.

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We show how to file for unemployment, the eligibility requirements, claim initial, weekly and extension benefits, calculate and compute weekly benefits and much more.

Questions and Comments

  • California Unemployment Benefits

By Daniel, on August 28, 2015 :

Has anyone file an Arizona weekly claim by the internet while being in california before? I Will be out of state for couple days and want to know if there could be issues if I do so, since I’ve had this experience before where I had to be out of the.

  • Unemployment Insurance Extended Benefits

    By Tamika, on August 27, 2015 :

    I stay in florida

    im running out out anything new?

  • Ohio Unemployment Benefits

    By al royse, on August 26, 2015 :

    in the state of ohio can you get unemployment and social security without a penalty?

  • North Carolina Unemployment Benefits

    By Kimberly Ann, on August 26, 2015 :

    Hey! I was laid off from a full time position this month. This was a only source of employment and I worked 40 hours per week no overtime and I am planning on applying for Unemployment benefits. If my previous employers deny that I was laid off.

  • Nevada Unemployment Benefits

    By Pamela, on August 25, 2015 :

    I work for the Federal government. Our hours have been cut in half due to budget cuts. Can I collect.

  • California Unemployment Benefits

    By Albert, on August 25, 2015 :

    If my benefit were delayed for 5 weeks for not filing 2 continued claim forms properly in a past claim. Q. will benefits for the claiming weeks while on suspension be awarded all at once. On completion of suspension.

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