How do I check the status of my unemployment claim in Indiana?

How do I check the status of my unemployment claim in Indiana?

Contact us today at 1-800-891-6499. Open 8am – 5:30pm Monday – Friday.

How do I file my weekly unemployment claim in Indiana?

You must file a voucher WEEKLY through the online filing system (called Uplink). Submit your weekly voucher the week following your initial application and each week thereafter. Benefits are paid weekly. The week runs from Sunday, 12:00 a.m. to Saturday, 8:59 p.m. Eastern time.

How do I talk to a live person at the Indiana unemployment office?

Call us at 1-888-436-9092 or use the chat feature below.

  1. Call the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Division.
  2. Phone: 1-800-891-6499.
  3. TDD/TTY: The TDD/TTY line is restricted to calls for the deaf and hard of hearing.

How long does Pua take to be approved Indiana?

Typically it takes up to three weeks to receive your first payment, if there are no issues with your initial claim. If you see a yellow triangle in the UpLink system after you file, an issue is holding up your payments and more information is needed from you.

How long does it take to get Indiana unemployment check?

within 3 weeks
You should receive your first payment within 3 weeks if there are no issues on your claim for benefits. You are not paid benefits for the first week you claim after filing for benefits (the first voucher you submit) because this is your waiting period week.

Why is my NM unemployment payment on hold?

The state unemployment department might put a claim on hold, or even deny benefits, if the claimant is self-employed, paid “under the table,” or did not meet the state’s minimum requirements for length of employment or number of hours worked in a specified time period.

Is Indiana getting the extra $300 for unemployment?

Indiana will continue paying out the extra $300 in weekly federal unemployment payments despite a court ruling that the state’s Republican governor had the authority to withdraw from the program. Aug. 17, 2021, at 5:43 p.m.

Is Indiana going to extend unemployment benefits?

Federal unemployment benefit programs, designed to help workers financially survive the pandemic, are now over. While states can use CARES Act money to extend them, Indiana – like most states – has no plans to do so.

  • August 9, 2022