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Kentucky Unemployment Weekly Claims

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. You can file either online or by telephone.

By Online:

The KEWES (Kentucky’s Electronic Workplace for Employment Services ) internet claims system is accessible for requesting your bi-weekly check on-line. The system is available Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM until 7:00 PM and Sunday from 10:00 AM until 9:00 PM Eastern Time. You cannot file a claim or request a bi-weekly check on Saturdays.

By Telephone:

To request your bi-weekly benefit check by telephone, you can call at (877) 3MY-KYUI or (877) 369-5984 (toll free).

Questions & Answers

  1. brett morris says:

    I went online to get my biweekly first check and when I say no to the question of did I receive any income the next page keeps on asking me for the employer name and what dollar figure.

  2. Wendy says:

    Where do I check status of check

  3. Shelly Booker says:

    I had to go out of the country for a family emergency and was gone for about 7 weeks during which time I did not request my bi weekly checks. I am still unemployed at this time and back home. I have recently applied for SNAP and they are showing a balance owed to me from unemployment insurance. Can I still receive my money that I was approved for and if so what do I need to do to start the process?

    • Martin says:

      We do not have any information in this regard.

      Please contact the Unemployment Office in your state for further information.

  4. william westerfiekd says:

    When filed for benefits for week of 20 December. When called to check status of check said I had claimed bbefits for week of 20 and 22. Don’t no what to do? This is first check for 2015 we have filed for since feb it March of 2015. Any ideals in what I should do?

    • Martin says:

      I did not understand your question.

      Please elaborate or call the claims center on the phone numbers provided for precise information .

  5. Adrianne says:

    I was supposed to request my first Check on December 25 but was unable to do so. I have a part time job and did not have pay stub copies to enter in the correct gross for those weeks. I have now obtained those pay stubs and need to file. How do I do this since I have missed the date to file it?

  6. BRENDA says:

    I AM CURRENTLY HAVING TAXES TAKEN FROM MY UNEMPLOYMENT BUT I NEED TO HAVE THAT STOPPED SO I CAN AFFORD HEALTHCARE COVERAGE. PLEASE DIRECT ME WHO I SHOULD CONTACT AND THE NUMBER OF WHO I SHOULD SPEAK WITH

  7. LeeAnn Tabor says:

    What if I missed the day I was supposed to call in can I call in next day

    • Martin says:

      You may be allowed to file on a later day during the same week.

      Please call the claims center for further information in this regard and file accordingly.

  8. LeeAnn Tabor says:

    What if I missed the day I was supposed to call?

    • Martin says:

      Please call the claims center for further details pertaining to this situation.

      Some states allow to refile on a later date during the same week.

  9. David Wright says:

    I have changed my email. I havent applied in a while.

    • Adrian says:

      Please note that we are not a govt. website or do we have any links with the labor dept in your state.

      Feel free to ask us questions if you are having difficulty filing online.

  10. .Rosanne Mauch says:

    I have changed e-mail address. How do I get that changed in the system. Also I haven’t received anything since I received a letter dated 04/22/2014. The letter stated that severance pay could not be deducted. Thanks

  11. Brandy says:

    I have waited the time for the previous employer to deny claim but i haven’t hear how much i will receive or if they are fighting it when will i know that information?

    • Adrian says:

      If you have filed for UI online,you should be able to check real time status on the website by logging onto your account.If the information provided online is not clear,you can call the claims center on 1-800-648-6057.

  12. Brandi Stiles says:

    I need to know which website to visit to check the status of my check.

  13. Kimberly Smitson says:

    I applied for benefits on July 9th, 2013 on line. I have only received a letter telling me what I would be getting. I have not heard anything else from anybody. I was just wondering what I need to do so that I can started getting the benefit. Thank You .

    • kathy says:

      Call the local office. If you have worked at all since you applied, have gross earnings by week Sunday to Saturday, employer name, address and phone number and see if they will file your claim for the weeks you have been unable to.Did you try claimimg for these weeks online? You might try that first.

  14. heather says:

    I filed my bi-weekly claim today and it said it was processed but i havent recieved any kind of acceptance ketter yet does this mean im accepted? when will i recieve my check?

    • Baggie says:

      Right after filing your initial claim you would be asked to start your biweekly claims. It might take a week or two to process your documents before a determination letter is posted. Your biweekly claim is accepted but you might have to wait for the determination letter to know if you are accepted.

  15. Marcus Jones says:

    After I file my claim and request my first payment (direct deposit) how long until I receive payment?

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