Federal programs ended

The CARES Act and other federal programs that expanded and extended unemployment benefits expired the week ending Sept. 4, 2021. Visit the COVID-19 page to learn more

Unemployment application received

You will get a confirmation page after you hit the "Submit" button on the last page of the application. This page means that your application was accepted. It provides important information you are responsible for reading and understanding. If you have any questions about the information, call the claims center to speak with a claims specialist.

You also will receive verification by email that your application was received, if you gave us your email address and permission to correspond with you.

Watch your email and mail. We’ll send you information about your benefits, including a Statement of Benefits, Wages, and Hours. This document shows how much you may receive in benefits.

Be sure to get a confirmation number proving you submitted your application. If you exit the application before receiving a confirmation number, you will lose any information you entered and you’ll have to start over. You will also need the number if you exit and return to the application later. 

Be sure to print the page before you click on the "I Accept" button at the bottom of the page.