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Educate yourself about your rights and responsibilities as a claimant while receiving unemployment benefits.
If you are not a U.S. citizen and you are filing for unemployment benefits, the Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) must verify that you are legally authorized to work in the United States.
Learn more about how your unemployment benefits are calculated.
Find information about the Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) Debit MasterCard® and learn how you can use it to receive your unemployment benefits.
Find current information about unemployment benefit extensions.
There may be times when your unemployment benefits are reduced or put on hold until you requalify. If this happens, we’ll ask you for more information so we can determine if you’re still eligible to receive benefits.
Learn how your base period and benefit year are used to determine your monetary eligibility for unemployment benefits.
Learn more about the taxes and deductions you need to pay while collecting unemployment insurance benefits.
Learn how to avoid penalties while receiving unemployment benefits. Help ensure that unemployment benefits go to those in need by reporting fraudulent activity.
UI Online is designed to be accessed from a desktop computer or a laptop. If you log in to UI Online from a smartphone, tablet, or other mobile device, you may not be able to access certain features or view time-sensitive correspondence.
If you work part time, you may still qualify for unemployment benefits. The weekly benefit amount you receive may be adjusted based on how much you earn from your part-time job.
In order to maintain eligibility for unemployment benefits, you are required to conduct an active search for work each week that you request benefits.
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