A) If you are not receiving unemployment benefits, you can prove this by providing documentation such as:
- Unemployment claim denial letter: If you applied for unemployment benefits but were denied, the state unemployment agency should provide you with a letter that states your claim was denied.
- Pay stubs: If you are currently employed, provide pay stubs from your current job as proof of income.
- Self-Employment records: If you are self-employed, you can provide tax returns, invoices, or other documentation that shows your income.
- Affidavit: You can write a signed and notarized affidavit stating that you are not receiving unemployment benefits.
It’s important to note that the exact proof required may vary depending on the context and the party requesting the information. Make sure to check with the organization or individual requesting the information to confirm what they need.