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How To File For Pennsylvania Unemployment Claim


The Unemployment Compensation Benefits help in protecting those workers who have been unemployed without any fault by simply providing them with temporary income support. Those who are unemployed are actively looking out for a new good job and are also eligible for getting the benefits could easily file for Pennsylvania unemployment claim.

Department Of Labor And Industry Of Penssylvania:

The Department of Labor and Industry of Pennsylvania has been established in the year 1913. It is then a cabinet-level agency that handles issues of employment, offering services as well as information to the business and workers within Pennsylvania. This department mainly administers compensation of unemployment and release information from the labor market and oversdees all of the worker’s compensation and administration and manage in working their insurance fun.

  • Requirements:
  1. Computer
  2. Internet Access
  3. Social Security Number
  4. Personal Information
  5. US Citizen, Alien Registration Number
  • Step By Step Guide:
  1. You must go to the main website of Pennsylvania’s Department Of Labor and Industry. See the URL below.
  2. Choose the ‘Online Service’ right on the left page side and click ‘Applying For UC benefits”.
  3. Choose ‘File for an initial claim” and read all of the instructions as well as questions right before your application. After then, you can click on the button for ‘Click her to continue with the application”.
  4. Enter your personal information in the fields required. It has to be your name, mailing address, email address, password. After then, click Next.
  5. Follow the instructions to complete the whole process of your application.
  6. Whenever you have more questions about UC benefits, you can get to the website’s FAQs and find the answers. See the link below.

Related Links:

  1. http://www.dli.state.pa.us
  2. http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=512&objID=14680&mode=2