An unemployment claim can generally be filed online through a state-run website. Precisely which state department runs the website varies from state to state, but each state has a website that allows citizens to file an ... More »

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Filing for unemployment varies from state to state. To file your unemployment application online, locate your state's department of labor or unemployment benefits website. From there, find the page where you can file for... More »

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As of 2015, most states give applicants the option to apply for unemployment benefits online, by phone or by mail. Information about past employers, including phone numbers and relevant wage details, helps determine whet... More »

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Those receiving unemployment can file their Mississippi Department of Employment Security (MDES) weekly claim certifications online on the MDES website. To continue receiving unemployment benefits the MDES weekly claim c... More »

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You can file an unemployment claim directly online through the State of Hawaii's Unemployment Insurance Division's website. You must first create an online account to have access to claim information. You can perform mos... More »

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To file a new claim for unemployment benefits in North Carolina, go to the Department of Employment Security website at DESNCC.com. Alternatively, you can file a claim via phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week, explain... More »

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Five days after filing, the status of a Social Security disability claim can be checked through the Social Security website. In order to check your status, submit your Social Security number and the confirmation code you... More »