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Kentucky Unemployment Weekly Claims

Updated : June 19th, 2019

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).

  1. Now the account summary page is closed! As is applying on line! Been told on here twice i had went back to work! I have not! Have missed 5-6 weeks pay so far! This system needs to be FIXED!!

  2. I filed Sept 2020 for unemployment and received a check Oct 2020 then nothing. I got one letter in tbe mail telling me the amt I would receive a month ago and still no check. I am now homeless because I haven had any m9ney sonce October and that was only 1 check. Does anyone know why I’m not getting any money?

    1. Andrrea,

      There will be a delay considering the number of applications that are being processed. Please continue chasing the office/check your status online regularly.

  3. hello I have filed for unemployment insurance due to having Covid-19 earlier this year and ive been out work but i have not received any unemployment can someone please tell me why ?

  4. has anyone had to reclaim like there biweekly ive claimed sunday it says processed then check monday jhave to again and then again tuesday i dont know what to do ive been getting it for months

    1. Jimmy,

      Please make sure to file for weekly benefits within the stipulated timeline. You may call the Unemployment Office for clarification.

    2. Yes Jimmy Brown. I have had to reclaim 8 times im the last 2 weeks. I have taken screen shots of every time because it says we have received your request fro unemployment benefits. When I go to check back on my claim its like I never was there and never had claimed it. I applied in October and got pne payment only then it stopped Im lost as what to do.

  5. I claimed my bi-weekly check as normal yesterday online. Under account summary, nothing has updated to show that a check is being issued to me tomorrow like it usually is. It’s like I never made my payment request. Is there something going on with the state’s UI system right now that would cause it not to update? Please help! I depend on these checks to get me through the month.

    1. Gregory,

      The Unemployment Office might be inundated with pending requests. Please wait for a few days for them to process and update the claim status.

  6. I had to file a claim because my hours got cut it says I’ve been credited but no check has been issued what does this mean how long does this take I filed my claim almost a month ago.

    1. Courtney,

      I can understand your situation. There will be a delay considering the number of applications that are being processed. Please continue chasing the office/check your status online at regular intervals.

  7. I filed a claim on 9.13.20 and have not heard anything about my claim. Status says it is under investigation. Can not reach anyone to find out if there is something wrong. I keep requesting payments but hear nothing. Is there a number I can call to speak to a person? I’ve been calling for well over a week now and the queue is always full.

  8. How do I check on my existing claim I have to do another claim because my balance ran out while I was on UI benefits and I can’t remember my dates and other information to put on my new claims

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