How do I change my unemployment claim in Washington state?

You can change your contact information online or by calling the claims center at 800-318-6022 and using the automated system (12:00 a.m. Sunday – 4:00 p.m. Friday, unless Friday is a holiday). To change your information online, sign in to your eServices account and select Settings.

Is WA unemployment open on Saturday?

Claims can be filed online (24 hours a day) or by phone at 800-318-6022 (use the automated system 12:00 a.m. Sunday – 4:00 p.m. Friday, unless Friday is a holiday, or speak with a claims agent on weekdays, except holidays).

Do I need to refile for Pua?

If you are currently filing a claim under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program, your coverage has now been extended from 39 weeks to 50 weeks. No action is needed in this scenario to receive additional extended benefit weeks. Claimants should continue to file your claim and certify each week.

How to apply for unemployment benefits in Washington State?

How to apply for unemployment benefits. The fastest way to apply for benefits is online. While you can file by phone, you should expect extended wait times. There are no in-person unemployment offices in Washington state.

What happens if I stop claiming unemployment for a week?

If you were approved for unemployment benefits within the past 12 months, but stopped claiming for a week or more for any reason, don’t submit a new application. You can restart your claim this week, then begin filing weekly claims next week, as normal.

How do I contact the unemployment claims center in Washington State?

For current claims center contact information and hours go to: NOTE: As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, the claims center is experiencing an extremely high claims call volume and wait times to speak with an agent are long.

How do I restart my unemployment claim in Texas?

Restart your claim. After missing one or more weeks of benefits, you can restart your claim online. You can also call the claims center at 800-318-6022 and use the automated system (12:00 a.m.