Workers who lost their job and reside in the state of California may apply for California Unemployment Insurance benefits by visiting www.edd.ca.gov/unemployment. Provided the worker meet the program’s eligibility requirements.
If any California resident who recently lost their job through no fault of his or her own and meets other requirements then, benefits may be available.
Job seekers who lost their job through no fault of there own and also a legal resident of the State of California, may be eligible to receive state unemployment insurance assistance until they find another work again.
The application process is very easy. You can conveniently fill out your application and submit it online at the California Unemployment Insurance Benefit website www.edd.ca.gov/unemployment.
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An individual who files for UI benefits, must meet all unemployment insurance (UI) eligibility requirements in order to receive benefit payments.
California Unemployment Insurance Benefits Eligibility
Individual must have received enough wages during the base period to establish a claim.
- Applicant must be totally or partially unemployed.
- Must be unemployed through no fault of his/her own.
- Applicant must be physically able and willing to work.
- Individual must be available for work.
- Also, be ready and willing to immediately accept work.
- Be actively looking for work.
- Be approved for training before training benefits can be paid.
How do I Apply for California unemployment Insurance Benefits?
To submit an California unemployment application for UI benefits, kindly follow the step guide below.
(1). Visit http://www.edd.ca.gov/unemployment
(2). On the home page, click on the link that says “File for Unemployment.”
(3). Ensure you provide all required information such as your last employer’s information, state issued driver’s license or ID card number, the reason why you are no longer employed and be ready to state that you are available and able to work.
(4). Once you are done filling the form, kindly review it before you submit.
After you filling your claim, you will be mailed a Notice of Unemployment Insurance Claim Filed statement which contain
- the date you filed of your California unemployment claim filing
- your last employer’s contact information
- the last day you worked for them
- the reason you are no longer working for them
- if you are receiving a pension or other income
- if you are able and available to accept full-time work
- designation that you have the legal right to work in the United States.
You may go to www.edd.ca.gov/unemployment and access more unemployment related services and information.