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Delaware Unemployment Application

Updated : March 12th, 2020

When filing, the following information will be requested:

  1. Your Name
  2. Your Address
  3. Social Security Card (may substitute W2 or pay stub with name and social security number imprinted on it, accompanied by a government-issued photo identification, such as a driver’s license),
  4. Work History – names and addresses of all employers over the last 18 months. Veterans for whom military service falls within the last 18 months must present a DD 214 (Member 4) form in order to file for benefits
  5. Your state issued driver’s license or a state motor vehicle agency issued identification card
  6. The name and local number of your union hall, if applicable
  7. A telephone number where you can be reached
  8. Reason for loss of job

Filing By Internet

After you gather all the above information, you must get started by following the below mentioned steps.

  1. Log onto the Department of Labor website at http://www.delawareworks.com/
  2. Select “Unemployment Insurance Claim”, under “Services” on the left side of your computer screen
  3. Select “File a New or Reopened Claim Online” under “Services” on the left side of your computer screen
  4. Click on “Start My Claim Now”

Once your claim is successfully processed:

  • You will receive a confirmation number
  • If you do not receive this confirmation number, your claim will not be processed
  • This confirmation number is used to track your claim
  • Print the confirmation page for your records or record your confirmation number as you will need to provide this number if you have any questions concerning your claim

Note: You may choose to file your new claim for unemployment insurance benefits online instead of reporting to an unemployment insurance local office to file your claim.

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  1. I need to get ahold of someone in regards to my case. When i tried to check my benefits status i am told to contact my office which says is closed or the call wont even go through. I need to know when i will be receiving my benefits and its almost impossible to get ahold of any human

    1. We understand this might be a difficult time for you. We’re anticipating a shortage of staff across unemployment offices due to the massive surge in UI applications considering the pandemic. We advise against calling or visiting the office, as you may not get a response instantly.

      Your state may have activated “Extended Benefits (EB)” authorized by the federal government. We recommend you apply for UI benefits online. For more information, please visit your state’s official Unemployment website.

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