Ft. Cobb OK Unemployment Career Center Office

Workforce Oklahoma Center,
Chickasha/Ft Cobb
1415 N. 7th Street
Ft. Cobb, OK 73038
phn: 405-643-5511
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How do I qualify for UI benefits in Oklahoma? 

To qualify for UI benefits in OK you must: 

  • Be unemployed through no fault of your own
  • Be able to work
  • Be available to work and registered on OKJobMatch.com
  • Have earned a minimum of $1,500 during your base period

What information do I need to apply for OK unemployment insurance benefits?

To complete your application for UI benefits in OK you need: 

  • Your Social Security Number
  • Your Name, mailing address, telephone number, and e-mail address
  • if you are a non-citizen, Alien Registration Number and expiration date, 
  • OK Driver’s License or state-issued ID card number
  • The Name and address of the company on your paycheck stub or W-2 form
  • Your Employment “start” and “end date”
  • All Wages earned and how you were paid (hourly, weekly, monthly)
  • If you were a Federal Employee in the last 18 months, Form SF8 or SF 50.
  • If you were in military service in the last 18 months, DD Form 214

How do I file for UI benefits in OK?

Visit OK Employment Security UI Benefit website to:

  • Create an account
  • Complete your profile
  • Verifying your identity 
  • Connect your Social Security Number
  • Apply for traditional UI Benefits

What is the maximum UI benefit I can receive in OK

  • The maximum UI benefits you can get in OK is $539 per week. 
  • The maximum weeks you can receive UI Benefits is 26 weeks. 

After filing, how long will it take for me to start getting my UI benefits in OK?

  • Your eligibility determination should be complete within 21 days.
  • While you wait you should continue to file your weekly claim. 

What do I do after filing my claim for OK UI Benefits?

  • Verify your identity online
  • Create an OKJobMatch account within seven (7) days
  • Perform two work search efforts each week 
  • File your weekly claims on UI.ok.gov 
  • Attend all required appointments

How do I file an appeal? 

You can file an appeal

  • You can file an appeal in person, by mail, fax, telephone or email. 
  •  Include your name, social security number, phone number
  • Include your date of determination and section of law you are appealing
  • Include a detailed explanation of why you disagree with the determination decision.
  • The mailing address, fax number, telephone number and email address will be listed in your determination letter.

How do I contact Oklahoma Employment Security Commission?

Oklahoma Employment Security Commission
PO Box 52003
Oklahoma City, OK 73152-2003

Individual Unemployment Support: 405-525-1500
Employer Support: 405-552-6799
Administrative Offices: 405-557-7100

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