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Florida Unemployment Weekly Claim

To keep collecting an unemployment check each week you must file a weekly claim, also know as continued claim or weekly certification.

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

  1. Are presently looking for work.
  2. Have not done any work this week.
  3. Have not made any money this week
  4. Have not got another job.
  5. Want to receive an unemployment check or payment this week.

Thus, it is very important to file your weekly claim each week to keep getting your unemployment check.

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

111 thoughts on “Florida Unemployment Weekly Claim”

      1. Rafael,

        Please note this is a private forum and we do not have any links with the Unemployment Office. Please call the Claims Center for an update on your claim.

  1. AM I RECEIVING MY BENEFITS RETROACTIVE FROM THE DAY OF THE HURRICANE, OCTOBER 10, 2018? IS IT THE MONEY I SEE IN MY ACCOUNT? WILL IT CONTINUE UNTIL TODAY, NOV. 28, AS I AM RETURNING TO WORK TONIGHT? I THINK I MAY HAVE THIS PAST WEEK YET? THANK YOU!

    1. Michael,

      Please note this is a private website and we do not have access to the claims system. We suggest you call the Claims Center for specific assistance.

  2. The system only wants to let me claim every two weeks. I have trouble remembering every job I’ve applied to. I would like to file weekly. I’m not very good on computers either. I’m having a terrible time claiming my benifits.

    1. Julio,

      Please call the Claims Center on the phone numbers for an update. Alternatively, we highly recommend you log in on the official website of the Unemployment Office to access relevant information.

  3. How do add weeeks i got paid for 4 or 5 all at once.. Can’t file for anymore weeks and have max beneifits it is active and everything..

    1. James,

      As much as I am aware, you cannot claim it all at once. It has to be weekly payments. Please call the Claims Center for clarification.

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