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I was laid off due to Civid-19. I filed a claim, I received document showing no benefits.

Q) I was laid off due to Civid-19. I am a waiter. I filed a claim and I received a document in the mail showing no benefits. I have proof of income from Oct 2018-Dec 2019. Do I need to bring proof to my local office or can I mail it?

A) In order to file for unemployment benefit you are required to provide proof of last income. Examples of income may include – recent pay stubs and other wage records, such as the W-2 form on which your employer reports your income to the Internal Revenue Service. You will also need to provide your Social Security card, or another document that shows your Social Security number.

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  1. I have been dealing with unemployment since 4-1-20. Haven’t received any benefits. They can’t even process my claims with a supervisors help. As we speak been on the phone for 2 hours 24 minutes with Julia and her supervisor. Frustrating and unacceptable.

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