Q) I am trying to change my employers name and win number on my form — can you tell me how to do it as I was denied because it was the wrong employer.
A) If you have filed an unemployment claim and it was denied because the employer information was incorrect, you will need to correct the information and refile your claim. The process for correcting the employer information and refiling your claim will vary depending on the state where you live and the method you used to file your claim (e.g., online, by phone, in-person).
Here are some steps you may be able to follow to correct the employer information:
- Contact the unemployment insurance agency in your state to inquire about the process for correcting the employer information.
- Review the information you provided in your original claim and make any necessary updates or corrections.
- Submit the corrected information to the unemployment insurance agency, either online, by phone, or in person.
- Wait for a response from the agency regarding the status of your claim.
It’s important to provide accurate and complete information when filing for unemployment benefits to avoid delays or denials in processing your claim. If you are unsure about how to correct the employer information, or if you continue to experience issues with your claim, you may want to seek assistance from the unemployment insurance agency in your state.