Have you lost your job? You may qualify for temporary income to support you while you look for a new one.
Did you file for unemployment insurance benefits? To stay eligible, you must make a request for benefits each week you are unemployed.
We may ask you for more information about your unemployment claim. Find out how to respond to questionnaires and submit additional documents to the Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA).
Learn how to upload or mail additional documents and information to the Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA) in support of your claim.
Was your claim for unemployment benefits denied? Learn how to request an appeal.
Use the Commonwealth's online job bank to find your next job.
Did you go back to work full time? Learn how to stop requesting weekly benefits.
Reporting fraud helps protect unemployment benefits for those who really need them. If you suspect someone may be committing fraud, report it to the Unemployment Insurance Program Integrity Department.
Learn how to reset your UI Online password if you have previously filed for unemployment benefits and cannot log in to your UI Online account.
Do you wish to receive your unemployment benefits in your personal checking or savings account? Learn how to set up direct deposit.
Learn how to change direct deposit information for unemployment benefits you receive in your checking or savings account.
Learn how to cancel direct deposit if you no longer want to receive your unemployment benefits in your checking or savings account.
The 1099-G is an IRS form that shows the total unemployment benefits you received and any taxes withheld during the previous calendar year. You will need this information when you file your tax return.
If you have legally changed your name, you must report that change to the Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA).
If you have been overpaid unemployment benefits, you will receive a Notice of Determination from the Department of Unemployment Assistance (DUA). You will be required to repay the amount of benefits that you were overpaid.
Before an attorney can bill a claimant for legal services in an appeal, DUA must approve the amount of the attorney’s legal fees. This legal requirement applies only to attorneys that are representing claimants, not employers.