Complete unemployment vouchers or claims by providing personal information and work history as required by the state within which you work. Vouchers or claims are often available on your state's website as either an online portal you log in to or as paper applications that you fill out and send.Continue Reading
Procedures vary from state to state. For example, to fill an unemployment weekly claim certification for the state of Indiana, indicate whether or not you were able to take on full-time work the week for which you are claiming funds. Also answer whether you contacted the required number of employers during the week for work inquiries, and whether you voluntary quit your job or were fired by your boss. Indiana requires you to submit your weekly unemployment claim within 14 days from the end of the week.
If you are an Ohio resident, file for unemployment insurance on the state's unemployment website at unemployment.ohio.gov. The state requires you to put your Social Security number, driver's license or state ID number, address, phone number and other personal information on your application. Additional information you put includes your work experience with the government (if applicable), military information, your citizenship status, reasons for your unemployment and information regarding dependents (if applicable).Learn more about Social Services