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Unemployment Insurance (UI) program provides benefits to eligible applicants who have qualifications for three primary conditions - i) lost the previous job due to no fault of their own ii) earned minimum required wages in the base period; and iii) worked for a minimum required duration during the base period. The specific eligibility criteria to file for unemployment benefits are set by the respective state governments.

The purpose of is to provide a platform for beneficiaries to know about the procedure to file for Unemployment Insurance programs in all states of the United States. The website provides a detailed guide to eligibility conditions, application methods, training programs organized for job-seekers and various other information that is crucial for prospective claimants. also provides state-specific eligibility calculators, using which claimants can get an idea about their chances to qualify for benefits. Claimants can also make use of the benefits calculator to find out how much their weekly UI benefits could be in their respective states. We provide end-to-end information about the UI benefits, which includes details about the applications to phone numbers and addresses of your nearest unemployment office.

Most importantly, we provide a platform for the beneficiaries and prospective claimants to find answers to the specific questions they have. We ensure this by constantly interacting with our users to make sure that their queries are adequately answered. We understand that the period of transition between one job and another can be hard, and therefore we strive to give our users the most accurate information relating to UI benefits.

Please note that we are not a government organization. Neither this website nor this organization is associated with the government in any way. We are a private organization whose purpose is to create a single platform for all unemployment insurance-related information.

faq Frequently Asked Questions

  • Five Important Tips When You’re In-Between Jobs
    By Mark Feeney, on December 1, 2019:
    I finally start new job on Monday. My work hours are 6;30-6:30pm. How can I file my last two weeks if I’m working Can I. Call Tuesday? What number?

  • Indiana Unemployment Benefits
    By Michelle, on November 29, 2019:
    Respond with No since you don’t work for the Union. Read the questions carefully and answer.

  • Massachusetts Unemployment Benefits
    By K.M.Wade, on November 27, 2019:
    I live in Massachusetts. I got laid off thru no fault of my own in April 2019. I was eligible for a pension but did not apply for a pension from my base period employer. In Massachusetts, does eligibility for a pension (as opposed to collecting a...

  • Idaho Unemployment Benefits
    By Teresa Mckirdy, on November 25, 2019:
    I was terminated due to not performing at the skill level for a Registered Nurse, am I entitled to claim unemployment benefit ?

  • Pennsylvania Unemployment Benefits
    By Lisa Bandi, on November 25, 2019:
    I started my job April and will get laid off in middle December. I make $22.00 hour have more than enough hours (I have way over 680 hours). will I be eligible for unemployment benefits?

  • West Virginia Unemployment Benefits
    By Dia Childers, on November 25, 2019:
    If you tried to use any part of your birthdate or ss # or any other apparent form of identification, the system will kick it out and automatically default to the day you filed your initial claim. They won’t tell you this and I spent hours...