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Why Is It Best to File and Maintain UI Benefits Online?

Updated : April 8th, 2021

Why Is It Best to File and Maintain Claims Online

As you may know, unemployment benefits (UI) will help make up for lost wages when you are between jobs. When you are submitting unemployment claims, you should opt to file for UI benefits online as it is faster and more convenient.

There are many benefits in filing for UI benefits online. Read on to know how to go about filing claims online. All you will need is a simple internet connection, and the know-how of how to submit claims and you’re good to go!

How To File Your Unemployment UI benefits Online

Follow these steps to make your unemployment claim online:

1. Contact Your State Agency

Get in touch with your State unemployment agency via email, or phone or visit fileunemployment.com to check your benefits. Your state unemployment agency is your only point of contact if you want to receive unemployment claims.

2. Check Your Eligibility 

For an individual to avail benefits, you must have become unemployed through no fault of yours. You can check the benefits that you may receive using our base period calculator. The eligibility criteria for each state is different, and this will determine the weekly benefit amount you may receive.

3. Submit Your UI Benefits Online

Filing an unemployment claim is pretty easy nowadays, and with the advent of the internet, you can check your unemployment claims online. Always check what is your base period and if you are eligible before filing for UI benefits. 

4. File Your Weekly Claim

All individuals who file for claims are expected to file weekly claims truthfully and on time. To submit an online claim, you should submit a claim on the state’s unemployment website. It is recommended to file a claim in the state that you worked in. Always give complete information such as your home address and dates of your previous employer to make sure your unemployment pay is not delayed. 

Here Are Some Advantages To Why You Should File UI Benefits Online:

1. Time Efficient 

Filing claims online would ensure that you wouldn’t have to wait in long queues. You can file your claims at a time and place convenient to you. You don’t have the hassle of going to the insurance agency’s office and waiting for your turn. 

2. Accuracy

All the information provided on an insurance website is generally accurate and ensures individuals a step-by-step process on how to file unemployment returns. The chances of an error are minimal as the insurance websites are generally error-free. 

3. Mobile Friendly 

You can always use your mobile to sign up for federal benefits. Whether you are in the US or anywhere in the world you can file your claims on the mobile. This makes it extremely easy and convenient as you can file for your unemployment on the go. 

4. Cost Saving

You don’t need to pay for postage or fax expenses, as you can file for your unemployment returns from anywhere in the world all you need is a working internet connection.

A Quick Claim Solution

Why use age-old techniques like fax, phone, and email when everything can be done online. You can check how much you can claim on websites such as FileUnemployment.org, get news, use free calculators to determine your benefits and readily available unemployment information. If you have a question about unemployment, benefits, making a claim or other details then you can always write to us in the comment section below.

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  1. How do you get a hold of a live person to talk about your rejected back to work bonus. They keep asking for pay stubs. I submit and get the same rejection letter again. What am I missing. Need to talk to a real person.

    1. Desree,

      The phone lines might remain busy during peak hours. Please consider the option of visiting an office in the vicinity if safe and feasible (you might be required to book an appointment prior to the website).

  2. Form SSA-632BK , quote “File to waive the overpayments if the overpaid unemployment amount was not your fault. You can request an overpayment waiver by filing the Social Security Administration (SSA) form”. Thank you for the information that this form can be used for unemployment benefit overpaid. I try to file a form SSA-561, Request for Reconsideration.

  3. I filed for unemployment benefits in November 2020 and requested payments every time as requested up untilvthe time I went back to work in February 2021 and still Have Not received the first payment from unemployment office when should I expect to receive these payments

    1. Debbie,

      For a faster resolution, please consider the option of visiting an office in the vicinity if safe and feasible (you might be required to book an appointment prior to the website).

  4. Think it that people only qualify for back to work bonus, if they were still getting unemployment in May. I stopped receiving PUA benefits in beginning of year and went back to work in March after having been unemployed since March 2020… I think I should be eligible.

    1. Kris,

      I suggest you talk to the Unemployment Office for clarification. If you think you’ve been denied wrongfully, please consider filing an “Appeal”.

  5. I’m Tonya Denise Sneed and I have still not been compensated for doing my weekly certification… That the week of my pay, I was never paid… And I need that money from May 4, 2020

    1. Tonya,

      Please note this is a private forum and we do not have access to your claim file. Kindly chase the Unemployment Office over the phone or via the website.

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