Q) My brother has stage four lung cancer. I am his sister and am helping him get benefits. He needs a letter on letterhead stating that he no longer receives unemployment. I have to have this in three days for him to obtain SNAP and TANF. Who would I contact for this. I have tried calling but can never get through. Thank you
A) I’m sorry to hear about your brother’s situation. To obtain a letter stating that he no longer receives unemployment, your brother should contact the state agency that handles unemployment benefits. Depending on the state he lives in, the agency may have different procedures for issuing such letters.
Your brother can start by calling the unemployment office to inquire about the process for obtaining such a letter. The agency may require him to submit a formal request in writing, either by mail or email. He may also need to provide identification and other documentation to verify his identity and eligibility.
Once the agency has received the request and verified the information, they should be able to send the letter on official letterhead. Your brother should keep a copy of the letter for his records.
I hope this information helps, and I wish your brother all the best in his cancer treatment and recovery.
Please contact your local unemployment Office and speak with a counselor regarding “a letter on letterhead stating that he no longer receives unemployment.” They would be able to assist you in getting the required letter.