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Colorado Unemployment Weekly Claims

Access CUBLine Online or call the CUBLine every two weeks.

You can call at (303) 813-2800 (Denver-metro area) or 1-888-550-2800 (outside Denver-metro area)

In order to keep receiving an unemployment check every week you must file a weekly claim, also known as a weekly certification or continued claim.

The purpose of filing a weekly claim is to tell the unemployment agency that you:

  1. Are currently looking for work.
  2. Have not done any work this week.
  3. Have not made any money this week (unless you are allowed to by the terms of your unemployment)
  4. Have not found another job.
  5. Want to receive an unemployment check or payment this week.

Therefore, it is very important to file your weekly claim every week to keep receiving your unemployment check.

If you delay in filing your weekly claim, you may not get your unemployment check on time.

Questions & Answers

  1. Richard E. Jaramillo says:

    What kind of comment to you want

  2. Erika says:

    I am receiving unemployment but I was able to work few hours at my job last week. I am very confused on how to report these wages, I found the log for wages, but I don’t know if I need to mail it somewhere or if there is somewhere to report it online. I cannot get through to the UI office in Denver to ask questions so I hope someone can help explain what to do.

    • Martin says:

      Unfortunately, we do not have any information in this regard. Please keep trying the phone numbers during off peak hours.

      You can also scout for relevant information on the official website or look for more phone numbers there.

  3. Justin says:

    Does unemployment cover a job that doesn’t make enough to pay rent… so have to quit work to find one that I can stop being homeless?

  4. Glenn Neumeier says:

    I was checking to see why my unemployment check has not come to me for the week of 02/02/2014. It is my understanding I am to recieve $529.00 every week. Can someone help me in getting this resolved so I can keep up with my bills.

    Glenn Neumeier

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