How do I check the status of my nj state unemployment benefits?
I filed my unemployment yesterday around 11 am and still have not recieved my benefits on my bank of america prepaid debit card.
I know that if you are collecting Unemployment benefits in New York State for example. You can go to the website and check on the status of when your payment was released, or when it is due to be released. You should have a similar website that can be accessed through the Dept. of Labor in N.J. Also if you did not certify for benefits on the day that you supposed to. For example on a Sunday, and you certified on Tuesday, than you may have to wait until the following week to get paid for this week. Again, it all depends on the labor dept. in your state. I would give them a call on the 800 number they provide, and ask a representative for further feedback in reference to your question.
Hope that helps you.
by ngureco6 years ago
Can A Self Employed Person Collect Unemployment Benefits?
by Eugene Hardy5 years ago
Specifically, you have run out of benefits and you still can not find a job?
by Jim Hunter7 years ago
Thats ridiculous, if you can't find a job in your area in three years then move to where the jobs are. Unemployment is beginning to be a career for some people.
by MikeNV7 years ago
"The $34 billion needed to extend benefits would be borrowed, adding to the nation's mounting debt. Republicans have tapped into the public's anger and concern over the national debt, saying they would support...
by butterlypatrick7 years ago
if I refuse a job offer in Indiana can I still collect unemployment benefits
by cliffordh7 years ago
I was one of many individuals yesterday that, was disappointed in the Senateâ��s refusal to fund emergency unemployment benefits for millions of Americans across the country who, were in desperate need of it, using...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.