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  1. Apply for Unemployment Benefits after you have been separated from your employer or had your hours reduced - preferably in the first week!

    • Requirements to Qualify For Unemployment Insurance
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    You must have been separated from your employer or had your hours reduced
    You must meet monetary qualification requirements | click here for more info
    You must meet separation qualification requirements | click here for more info
    You must  meet weekly eligibility requirements | click here for more info
    For more information on applying for new unemployment benefits click here

    If you change your address or contact information, or if the address shown on VEC correspondence is incorrect, you may update this information by logging in to your account at https://uidirect.vec.virginia.gov/CSS. If you do not have access to the portal you can send the request in writing by mail or fax. The request must include name, SSN, old add...

    Do you need an ADA Accommodation? Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Virginia Relay enables people who are deaf, hard of hearing, Deaf/Blind, or speech disabled to communicate by TTY (text telephone). Individuals who need this service can access the Virginia Relay Center by dialing 711 or 800-82...

    These forms are to be used only after being directed to do so by a VEC representative. 1. VEC B-14 - Physician's Certificate of Health/Request for Medical Information To be used when your medical condition was a factor in your separation from your employer. 2. VEC B-14A - Medical Professional Certificate of Health To be used when your medical condi...

  2. Find out how to apply for unemployment benefits, access workforce services, and get the latest updates from the Virginia Employment Commission.

  3. Jan 11, 2021 · The CARES Act provided Americans with new and expanded unemployment insurance (UI) benefits if they’re out of work for reasons related to the pandemic. Here are some answers to common questions about these benefits.

  4. You may file a claim for unemployment insurance (UI) benefits with the Virginia Employment Commission (VEC). If VEC approves your claim, you will receive a weekly benefit payment that is dependent on your past earnings. The maximum benefit amount is $378 for up to 26 weeks. For more information about unemployment insurance and to file a claim ...

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  5. You may file a claim for Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits with the Virginia Employment Commission (VEC). To receive benefits you need to meet certain minimum requirements, including having sufficient past earnings and an immigration status that allows you to work.

  6. Apr 3, 2020 · In order to file for unemployment benefits through the Virginia Employment Commission (VEC) you first have to file an initial claim by either: 1. Calling 1-866-832-2363. Or. 2. Doing it online ...

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