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Oregon Unemployment Application

Applicants who wish to open a new claim for Oregon unemployment insurance can do so by either calling the Unemployment Insurance Agency or through the Internet. However, the option to file your claim through the internet is not available during the following timings due to maintenance routines:

Weekdays -10:00 pm to 2:00 am, Saturday 8:00 pm to Sunday 2:00 am, Sunday 8:30 pm to Monday 5:00 am.

The online claim facility will be unavailable everyday from 12:30 pm t0 2:00 am and 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm every second Sunday of the month.

In case your attempt to file online fails or if you don’t have the facility to do it, claims can be filed through telephone calls. Following are the numbers of the local centers

  • Portland – 5034512400
  • Bend – 5413886207
  • Eugene – 5416867800

If you have any doubts regarding the filing process or related matters, you can call 1-800-FILE-4-UI (1-877-345-3484).

You will need the following information when you start a new claim –

  • Full name, mailing address, phone number
  • Social security number
  • Personal identification number
  • Wages earned during base period
  • Employment history during base period, which includes
    • Names of all employers you worked for
    • Address, contact details of base period employers
    • Start and end dates of jobs held during base period
  • Driver’s license (if any)
  • Veteran/Military separation date
  • Alien registration number, if you are not a citizen of U.S.

Want to know about how much you will receive?? Calculate your benefits here

Read Frequently Asked Questions for Claimants in Oregon

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Questions & Answers

  1. Steve Hendricks says:

    Hi, I have a question. I have exhausted my EUC benefits tier 3 in Washington state, where my last employer is located. However, before that I worked in Oregon and I dont think I have exhausted those benefits. This would be going back to 2004. I worked for Moore Excavation, Inc from 1996 to 2004. Do benefits go back that far?

  2. gerri brown says:

    not working enough

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