MARVIN online certification refers to Michigan's online system for claiming unemployment compensation checks. MARVIN, which stands for Michigan's Automated Response Voice Interactive Network, is a program of the Unemployment Insurance Agency.
Individuals who are eligible for unemployment welfare are required to register an online account on the agency's official website. A temporary password is provided to users that enables them to gain access to MARVIN online. A user can then certify once every two weeks to receive unemployment benefits.
Other services provided by MARVIN online include a database for previous payments and a way to modify payment options. Aside from the online certification system, MARVIN is also available via the telephone.