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First, gather documentation to prove earnings or an official work offer. View the question above for a list of acceptable documentation.
Step 1: You will receive an email from e-Adjudication. This email will ask you to click on a link titled “Claimant Form,” which will direct you to NJDOL’s secure sign in. Enter your email address and password.
- If you do not receive this email, please be sure to check your spam folder.
- To access the form, you need your email address and password. Emails asking to respond with additional information, like your social security number, may be spam.
**iPhone/Mac Users – Please use Chrome, Firefox or Edge browsers to complete this process. Users have experienced challenges uploading any required documents through the Safari browser.**
You will be directed to the Welcome page. Read the instructions on how to save this form and select next.
Step 2: You will be directed to the PUA Verification page and asked to answer the following required questions.
- Did you work in self-employment in 2019 or 2020? (this means you were not paid with a form W2; you may have been paid with a form 1099)
- Did you work in covered employment in 2019 or 2020? (this means you are paid by a form W2)
- Were you scheduled to commence employment during the pandemic that could not begin as scheduled?
You will be asked when you began working for each employer (or when was your scheduled start date), and when was your last day you worked prior to the pandemic.
Step 3: You will be directed to the Document Upload page. Upload your document(s) verifying proof of income or an official work offer.
- Before you begin: Watch our helpful video showing how to properly attach and upload files.
- You only need to upload ONE of these documents, but you may upload as many as you think will be helpful for determining your earnings or official work offer.
- Please use a standard file format such as PDF, JPG, JPEG, DOC or DOCX.
- Do not send attachments with the .HEIC extension, these files cannot be viewed and will not count as proof of employment. Please convert .HEIC files to an accepted file, such as a PDF or a JPG.
- You may take and upload a picture of these documents if it is an accepted file format. Please ensure that the picture is not blurry, that it captures the entire document, and that the document is readable.
- iPhone/Mac Users – Please use Chrome, Firefox or Edge browsers to complete this process. Users have experienced challenges uploading any required documents through the Safari browser.
- Make sure to hit the blue “upload" button after selecting your file. If you do not click upload, you will not have attached the required documentation.
Step 4: You will be directed to the Certify & Submit page. It should confirm that you have at least one document attached. If this page says you have submitted zero documents, you did not successfully attach your proof of income. Return to the prior screen and be sure to select “upload” under your attached document. If you need help, watch our video showing how to do so correctly.
Please note: We cannot verify your claim if you do not successfully attach your proof of income earned prior to the pandemic. Without this verification, you will be denied benefits and have to pay back any benefits you’ve received on this claim since December 27, 2020. Please make sure your documents are submitted.
After, check the box certifying that your answers are true and accurate, and select submit.
Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)
(Not Otherwise Eligible for Regular UI)
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The deadline to apply for PUA was October 6, 2021. If you applied for UI by October 6, 2021 and are denied UI, your deadline to apply for PUA is extended to 21 days after your UI denial determination is mailed. The last week payable under the PUA program is the week ending September 4, 2021, UI week 36/21.
Visit https://jobcenterofwisconsin.com to find resources to help you with your job search.
Quarter Change Notice: As of July 4, 2021, if you are receiving PUA or PEUC you may see an issue "Under Review" on your Determinations page. At the start of each calendar quarter, federal law requires DWD to check whether federal program recipients qualify for regular UI. This quarterly check requires manual review and can take a few weeks to complete. If this applies to you, please continue filing your initial and/or weekly claims as prompted in your portal.
For help using online services, or if you are unable to go online, call the PUA Hotline at (608) 318-7100. The hotline is available from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. This hotline is to help you complete your PUA application and provide general information related to the PUA program only. If you are calling for any reason other than PUA, your question will not be answered; call the Claimant Assistance Line instead.
Topics: PUA Overview | PUA Payments | PUA FAQs
PUA is a temporary federal program that provides up to 79 weeks of unemployment benefits to individuals who are not eligible for regular Unemployment Insurance (UI) such as:
- Individuals who are self-employed.
- Certain independent contractors.
- Individuals with limited recent work history.
- Other workers not covered by Regular UI.
To be eligible for PUA, your reason for no longer working must fall within one of the COVID-19 Scenarios.
NOTE: The Secretary of Labor expanded PUA eligibility to include three new COVID-19 related reasons under which a person may qualify. Individuals previously determined not to have a COVID-19 qualifying reason that prevented them from receiving payment of PUA will be contacted by the department to determine if they now qualify under one of the three new reasons:
- Individual was denied continued unemployment benefits because he/she refused to return to work or accept an offer of work at a worksite that was not in compliance with local, state, or national health and safety standards directly related to COVID-19. Such standards may include, but are not limited to, those related to face mask wearing, physical distancing measures, or access to personal protective equipment consistent with public health guidelines.
- Individual provides services to an educational institution or educational service agency and is unemployed or partially unemployed because of volatility in the work schedule that is directly caused by the COVID-19 public health emergency. Such volatility may include, but is not limited to, changes in schedules and partial closures.
- Individual is an employee and his/her hours have been reduced or he/she was laid off as a direct result of the COVID-19 public health emergency. Such an example may be, but is not limited to, a server at a restaurant who was laid off for eight weeks while the restaurant was closed for in-person dining but remained open for carry-out and delivery service.
Watch for portal messaging for the next step after uploading the mailed self-certification form.
Other PUA Publications:
Filing PUA weekly claims: You will not be able to file weekly claims for PUA until your eligibility has been determined. If you qualify, your determination will provide further directions on how to file your weekly claims. If you are eligible for weeks that have already passed, you will be able to file for those at that time as well. The deadline to file weekly claims was September 27, 2021 unless you were determined eligible after September 6, 2021. Those determined eligible after September 6, 2021 will have 21 days after their determination is mailed to file weekly claims.
- Payment Amount:
- Minimum weekly benefit amount: $163.
- Maximum weekly benefit amount: $370.
Did You Know? All unemployment benefits are taxable. PUA benefits are considered income for federal and state tax purposes. You may have federal (10%) and/or state (5%) taxes withheld from your PUA payments. Withhold federal and state taxes from your weekly benefit NOW, so you don't have to pay them later. You can opt to have taxes withheld at https://my.unemployment.wisconsin.gov.
Your 1099-G tax form is now available online at https://my.unemployment.wisconsin.gov.
- Benefit Amount:
- 4% of the high quarter wages in the tax year preceding the claim; subject to PUA minimum and maximum.
- Duration of PUA Benefits (up to 79 weeks):
PUA is payable for 79 weeks (minus any weeks of regular UI and Extended Benefits), 40 of which can only be paid 12/27/20 or later.
Pandemic Assistance Period: February 2, 2020 – September 4, 2021
Claims begin with the week the individual was first off of work or unavailable/unable due to the pandemic.
*Claims filed after December 27, 2020 may not start prior to week ending December 12, 2020 (week 50/20) unless the individual filed a regular UI claim on or before December 27, 2020 and was later disqualified from UI. Those individuals' PUA can be backdated to the week the UI claim was effective.
PUA Frequently Asked Questions
Topics: Benefit Years | PUA Proof of Employment Notices | PUA Extension | PUA Application Process | PUA Eligibility | Lost Wages Assistance (LWA) | PUA Forms | My PUA Benefits | Small Business Grants and PUA
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If you went on to receive PUA benefits after first qualifying for a benefit year under regular UI, or you are receiving PUA benefits but you have worked for a covered employer in the last 18 months, you will be prompted in your claimant portal to file a new initial claim to determine whether you may now qualify for regular UI. If your claimant portal does not direct you to file a new initial claim you should not do so.
The impact of filing a new initial claim on your benefits will be specific to your unique circumstances. Follow instructions in your portal regarding this process. You should continue filing weekly PUA claims as appropriate.
PUA Proof of Employment Notices
The federal Continued Assistance Act includes a new requirement for certain PUA recipients to submit proof of employment or self-employment documents. If you received a letter but already submitted proof of employment documentation via fax when you applied for PUA, you do not need to resubmit the documents. If you have not yet submitted the documents described in the letter, you must send them to be eligible for PUA benefits for the week of 12/27/2020, and later. Check your portal at https://my.unemployment.wisconsin.gov to find out if you have been sent a letter – if not, you do not need to provide documents at this time; however, please continue to check your portal periodically for updates.
The number of days you have to submit your proof of employment documents depends on when you first applied for PUA benefits. If you applied for PUA for the first time on or after 01/31/2021, you have 21 days from the date you were first instructed to provide the documents. If you filed on 01/30/2021 or earlier, you have 90 days from the date of your letter to provide the documents. Check your portal at https://my.unemployment.wisconsin.gov to find out if you have been sent a letter – if not, you do not need to provide documents at this time; however, please continue to check your portal periodically for updates.
PUA Application Process
No, you should not apply for this benefit if you have a pending application for regular Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits.
If you were denied regular UI benefits and are out of work due to COVID-19 then you should apply for PUA. If you are receiving regular UI benefits, you may not apply and will not be eligible for this benefit.
Lost Wages Assistance (LWA)
My PUA Benefits
After you receive an initial determination that you are eligible for PUA benefits, you must file a weekly claim.
If you have filed a weekly claim, your weekly claim might be held due to an eligibility issue. Your PUA dashboard should describe the issue that is holding your claim.
Possible reasons for the hold may include:
- Not enough time has passed since your last denial
- You did not earn enough money since your last denial
- You earned too much money
- You worked too many hours
You will be notified via USPS and in your claims portal when your application has been processed. If you qualify, your determination will provide further directions on how to file your weekly claims. If you are eligible for weeks that have already passed, you will be able to file for those at that time as well.
Yes, you will need to file weekly claims to receive weekly payments. Once you are notified of eligibility for PUA, you will receive instructions on how to file your weekly claims. The weekly claims cannot be filed until you have been determined eligible for PUA.
Small Business Grants and PUA
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Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Information Unemployment Insurance Filers and Employers Need to Know
Required MEUC Documentation
To determine MEUC eligibility, proof of self-employment net earnings in the amount of $5,000 must be provided to DETR. Acceptable documents include:
- Income Tax return including Schedule C for the most recent taxable year ending prior to the unemployment claim; or
- Pay stubs
- Bank Receipts
- Business Records
- Billing Statements
MEUC FAST FACTS
What weeks will MEUC be paid for?
For eligible claimants, MEUC is payable beginning the week ending January 2, 2021 through week ending September 04, 2021.
How will I receive the $100 MEUC payments?
If you are receiving Unemployment Insurance, PEUC, or SEB benefits, your MEUC payments will be paid via the Nevada Unemployment Insurance Debit Card. You may check your updated balance and transaction record anytime day or night, even weekends and holidays, by visiting http://www.goprogram.com.
Where do I see my MEUC payment on my UI.NV.gov Claimant Self Service (CSS) account?
MEUC payment information is not currently viewable on the Claimant Self Service (CSS) portal at UI.NV.gov. The Division is developing that functionality and will update this information when it is available.
How do I Apply for MEUC
To file for MEUC, you will need to log onto your Claimant Self Service (CSS) portal at UI.NV.gov.
- Select the MEUC navigational link on the left menu of the Claimant Self-Service Portal landing page and follow the instructions to apply for MEUC benefits.
- Select the “Upload Documents” navigational link to upload MEUC Supporting Documentation.
- Once the MEUC application is submitted, you will have five (5) business days to provide DETR with acceptable documentation supporting your self-employment net income of $5,000.
Claimants can also apply by speaking to a representative of the call center. Northern UI Claims Call Center (775) 684-0350; Southern UI Call Center (702) 486- 0350; Rural areas and Out-of-State (888) 890-8211. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday.
How do I provide MEUC Supporting Documents?
You will be able to fax, mail, or upload supporting documentation. When uploading the documents, select "Upload Documents" navigational link to the left. You will need to select "MEUC Supporting Documents" for document name prior to completing the upload. Document that types that are acceptable for upload include: .doc, .docx, .docm, .xls, .xlsx, .txt, .pdf, .rtf, .snp, .msg, .tif, and .tiff.
When will I receive MEUC benefits?
Once the MEUC application is submitted, the normal adjudication process will follow. There is current back log and no specific time can be provided. Once the Adjudication Department determines the eligibility, a determination will be issued and can be viewed under “My Documents” via the Claimant Self Service portal at UI.NV.gov.
Will wages I earn affect my MEUC payment?
All wages must be reported on your weekly claim filing in the week they are earned. Any eligible week in which benefits are paid of at least $1 will receive the MEUC payment. If your reported wages are over your weekly benefit amount, you will not be eligible to receive MEUC payment for the week.
Is MEUC subject to Federal Income Tax?
Yes, MEUC is taxable income. If you have chosen to withhold Federal Income Tax from your unemployment insurance benefits, Federal Income Taxes will also be withheld from your MEUC payments. MEUC payments with taxes withheld will be reduced from $100 to $90.
Division of Unemployment Insurance
Transition to Direct Deposit/Paper Check Benefit Payments
Note: The deadline for claimants to use their debit cards is extended to Tuesday, February 1, 2022. To access funds after February 1, 2022, claimants should call the Bank of America Service Center at 855-847-2029.
OverviewMaryland Department of Labor’s Division of Unemployment Insurance (DUI) transitioned from issuing benefit payments to unemployment insurance claimants via debit card through Bank America to direct deposit (or paper check) through Wells Fargo. The department is excited to provide claimants with the ability to have their unemployment insurance benefit payments transferred directly into their personal bank account through the fast, safe, and convenient direct deposit program. Claimants are strongly encouraged to enroll in direct deposit if they have a checking or savings account and their financial institution is able to receive direct deposits.
TransitionTimelinePlease pay close attention to the following timeline:
- May 24, 2021
- Beginning Monday, May 24, 2021, all unemployment insurance benefit payments will be made by either direct deposit or paper check to eligible claimants who have made their selection in BEACON.
- January 5, 2022
- If claimants have been issued a Bank of America UI Benefits Debit Card and cannot locate that card, they must contact the Bank of America Customer Service Center at 855-847-2029 to order a replacement by Wednesday, January 5, 2022. Replacement cards will not be issued after this date.
- February 1, 2022
- On Tuesday, February 1, 2022, Bank of America UI debit cards will be deactivated. If claimants have a balance on their debit cards after that date, they can contact the Bank of America Service Center at 855-847-2029 to access those funds in a different way.
Instructions for Selecting Preferred Payment MethodTo select your preferred payment method in your BEACON portal, please follow these steps:
- Sign into your BEACON 2.0 claimant portal or mobile app. A pop-up window should appear that notifies you of the requirement to choose a payment method.
- You can click on “Update Payment Method” or “Postpone.” Selecting “Postpone” allows you to update this information at a later time. If you postpone selecting your payment method, the pop-up window will appear every time you log into your BEACON portal.
- You will be presented with two options on the pop-up window, which include “Pay My Benefits Via Direct Deposit” and “Pay My Benefits Via Check.”
- If you select “Pay My Benefits Via Direct Deposit” you will be prompted to provide your bank account information, including the account type, bank name, routing number, and account number. For detailed instructions and additional information, please visit the Direct Deposit of Benefit Payments FAQs.
- If you select “Pay My Benefits Via Check” you will be asked to confirm your mailing address. You must do so even if your mailing address has not changed. For detailed instructions and information about paper checks, please visit the Direct Deposit of Benefit Payments FAQs.
Timing of Direct Deposit Payments:
If you have successfully signed up for direct deposit, the timing of your payment will depend on both when you filed your weekly certification and the amount of time it takes your banking institution to process the payment.
If you file your weekly claim certification and are determined to be eligible for benefits, your funds will be sent for processing the next business day (this may vary depending on holidays and weekends). Please note that while your funds are quickly processed by the Division, the time it takes for your funds to be available in your bank account will depend on your particular banking institution.
Timing of Paper Check Payments:If you requested benefit payment via paper check, the receipt of your payment will depend on when you filed your weekly certification. If you are determined to be eligible for benefits, paper checks are processed on the next business day and will be delivered by the U.S. Postal Service. Once the check has been mailed, the Division cannot provide updates on its location or the status of its delivery.
Don’t Have a Bank or Credit Union Account?If you do not have an account with a financial institution, but would like to select direct deposit as your payment method, consider opening a bank or credit union account now. There are many options in Maryland. To learn more general information about bank and credit union accounts, read the Office of the Commissioner of Financial Regulation’s Frequently Asked Questions. To learn about some of the many bank account options available for Marylanders, visit the CASH Campaignof Maryland’s Bank On Maryland program. You may also contact a financial institution of your choice. Please note it is a consumer’s responsibility to thoroughly research and review any information provided by any of these entities before opening an account.
Questions?If you have questions about the department’s transition from issuing benefit payments to claimants via debit card through Bank of America to direct deposit (or paper check) through Wells Fargo, please read our Direct Deposit of Benefit Payments Frequently Asked Questions.
UI Claimant Work Search
For regular updates on unemployment insurance, system disruptions, and general notifications, be sure to monitor the Department's "UI Newsfeed" at https://labor.vermont.gov/ui-updates.
Work Search Information & Resources
Overview and Frequently Asked Questions
What is the work search and what do I need to do?
In order to be eligible to receive unemployment insurance benefits, you are required to actively search for work, and be able and available to accept work that is offered to you. Each week, claimants must complete qualified job contacts and report those on your weekly certification. The work search requires claimants to submit proof of conducting three (3) job contacts (or activities) each week while collecting benefits. Claimants report job contacts when submitting weekly claims online. In order to be eligible for benefits, you must complete this requirement. If you do not, you will not be eligible for benefits for that week.
Claimants must complete their weekly claim and job contacts using the online weekly certification. Claimants who can demonstrate a qualified hardship will be allowed to file your claim and work search through an alternate method.
Claimants MUST also:
- Keep accurate records of your job contacts, including the following information:
- Date of contact
- Employer name
- Employer address
- Person contacted
- Phone number
- E-mail if applicable
- Position applied for
- Method of contact; and
- Results of the contact
- Be sure to also keep copies of confirmation pages and or e-mail records for online and e-mail work search efforts
Who needs to complete the work search?
All claimants filing under the regular UI series (which includes Regular UI, Extended Benefits, or Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation), as well as specific individuals filing in the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program, are required to complete a weekly work search in order to receive benefits unless you meet one of the following exemptions:
- Have a verified return-to-work date within 10 weeks of filing your initial claim.
- Currently self-employed, an independent contractor or a sole proprietor filing in PUA.**
- Enrolled in a qualified training or education program.
- Attest that you have a COVID qualifying reason for the week you are filing for benefits
- You have been instructed by a healthcare provider to quarantine due to COVID-19.*
- You have been instructed by a healthcare provider to not return to work because you have a serious health condition and returning to work at this time poses a significant health risk due to COVID-19.*
- You are the primary caregiver for a child whose childcare is unavailable as a direct result of COVID -19.*
- You are the primary caregiver for a child who is attending virtual or remote school as a direct result of COVID-19.*
- You are caring for a family member who has been instructed by a health care provider to quarantine due to COVID-19.*
*Claimants will be asked these verification questions when filing for weekly benefits, and may be required to provide documentation to verify meeting exemptions.
**If you are self-employed, an independent contractor or a sole proprietor, you may be required to provide information to show you are actively engaging in activities to fully reopen your business at a later date. You are strongly encouraged to engage in business activities as soon as you are able.
What is an acceptable job contact?
You can satisfy the work search requirement by providing information in the “work search” section of the online weekly claim that includes any of the following:
- Submitting an application for a job or jobs, you are reasonably qualified for.
- Online: Submitting application through Vermont JobLink, direct on company websites or other job board sites (Indeed, etc.)
- In-Person: Mailing a job application or resume to an employer directly.
- Contacting your former employer to inquire if they can bring you back to work.
- Contacting an employer via phone, in person, or email with a formal request for hire.
- Working Part-time? Your part-time job can count as one of your three weekly job contacts.
What is not a valid job contact?
- Applying for the same job more than once within a five-week period does not count as a valid contact.
- Browsing online job boards, such as Vermont JobLink, or posting your resume at an employment website, is not a valid job contact. You must submit an official job application or request for work in order for it to be considered valid.
How many job contacts do I need to complete?
You are required to complete and report three (3) job contacts each week. Please be sure to document your work search efforts to report on your weekly claim. You are also encouraged to keep a record of your work search activities, and any supporting documentation, in case you need to refer back to them at a later date.
Can I keep contacting the same employers each week to see if they have any job openings?
You may not report the same work search contact within a 5-week period.
What if I am working part-time?
If you are working part-time, you will still be required to complete the work search requirement, but your part-time work may count as one of your job contacts.
- Each part-time job may count as one weekly contact (if you have two part-time jobs, each can count as a weekly contact).
- Unlike other job contacts (applying for a job online, etc.) part-time jobs may be entered each week as a valid work search contact. If eligible, those holding a part-time job would continue
What if my employer plans to bring me back to work, but hasn’t given me a date yet?
If you do not have a definite return-to-work date within 10 weeks of your initial claim, you must complete the work search each week. Please remember, an acceptable work search is contacting your former employer to see if they are able to bring you back to work but you can only use that employer as one contact within a 5-week period.
How do I prove that I have completed the work search?
When completing your weekly claim, you will need to provide the name of each business, the name of the individual you communicated with and their direct contact information. Additionally, you should keep a record of each job application you submit or email contact you make.
What if I forget to complete my work search?
If you do not complete the required work search on any given week, you will not be eligible for benefits for that week. You can resume filing the following week but will need to click the link after you log in to the Online Claimant Portal to reopen your claim. To avoid any delays in claim filings, you are encouraged to complete the work search each week.
How do I complete my work search if I usually file over the phone?
If you typically use the automated claims filing line to complete your weekly claims, you will need to begin filing using the online filing system. If you have a qualified hardship that prevents you from filing online, you will need to contact the Claimant Assistance Center to have someone review and validate your specific circumstance.
Am I required to accept a job offer?
You are required, as a condition of receiving unemployment benefits, to apply for and accept an offer of suitable work. If you fail, without good cause, to either apply for or accept an offer of suitable work, you will be disqualified for benefits and may be required to repay benefits you received. Although you may be looking for full time work, a refusal of suitable part-time work could also result in a disqualification.
What is "Suitable Work?"
Suitable work is generally defined as work that you are qualified to do based on your skills, work experience, and employment history and that pays at least the prevailing wage rate for the type of job in your local labor market.
Prior training and/or experience, prior earnings, length of employment, prospects of securing work in your local labor market in your customary occupation, the distance to work from your home, physical fitness requirements of the job, the degree of risk involved to your health, safety, or morals are factors involved in deter-mining if a job is suitable.
The longer you are unemployed, the more intensive and expansive your work searches should become. A job paying less than the last one you held will gradually become more suitable the longer you are unemployed.
What if I can’t go back to work due to childcare or virtual learning?
If you are unable to return to work due to childcare or because your child’s school is currently providing virtual instruction, you are exempt from completing the work search, and should indicate this on the work search portion of the online weekly claim.
Important note: The Department of Labor may follow up with you directly to request proof that your child’s school or childcare is/was closed. Failure to provide documentation when requested may result in a loss of benefits and a requirement to repay benefits.
What if my doctor has advised me not to return to work due to being high-risk?
If your healthcare provider has advised you not to return to work due to COVID-19 because you have a high-risk health condition, you are exempt from the work search requirement and should indicate this on the work search portion of the online weekly claim.
Important note: The Department of Labor may follow up with you directly to request documentation from your healthcare provider. Failure to provide documentation when requested may result in a loss of benefits and a requirement to repay benefits.
What if I am quarantining?
If you are quarantining due to having contracted COVID-19 or because you have been identified as a "close contact" of someone who was diagnosed with COVID-19, you do not need to complete a work search and should indicate this situation in the work search section of your online weekly claim certification.
Welcome to the Delaware Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) site. You should only access this site if you received a letter from the Delaware Department of Labor directing you to this site. In order to apply for your eligible program (PUA, PEUC, MEUC or EB) you must first apply for Unemployment Insurance at https://uics.delawareworks.com/Forms/Form_WL1 and be determined monetarily ineligible for regular unemployment insurance benefits. Once that application is completed Delaware DOL mailed letters to everyone who is eligible to apply for your eligible program (PUA, PEUC, MEUC or EB). If you did not receive a letter directing you here, please use the link above to file a claim.
In order to begin the application for PUA, PEUC, MEUC or EB you must create an account. Select the Account Activation link below in order to begin. Once you have created an account you can use the Login to My Account link below to access your account and file weekly certifications and view payment information.
If you have received a letter from the Delaware DOL directing you to apply for PUA, PEUC, MEUC or EB and you have not already created an account, select the Account Activation link below to begin.
If you have created a PUA account and have a username and password, select Login to my Account link below to access your account to:
- File a PUA Benefits claim if you are ineligible for Regular UI claim
- File a PEUC Benefits claim if you have exhausted your Regular UI claim
- File for MEUC benefits, if you are not eligible for PUA and have $5,000 of NET self-employment income
- File a EB Benefits claim if you have exhausted your PEUC claim
- File Weekly Certifications for your PUA, PEUC or EB claim
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