A record of your application will not be established unless you are told your claim has been accepted. If you are unable to complete your application, the information you have entered will be saved for 7 days from the date you began filing the claim so that you can complete it later and within 7 days.
You must file a weekly claim for payment for each week you want to receive benefits. Payments will be made if all eligibility requirements have been met. Your claim becomes inactive if you have not filed a weekly claim for payment or had any other activity on your claim for 14 calendar days. If you are determined to be eligible for a benefit payment, you will receive a MasterCard debit card by mail.
If my application goes to adjudication, does that mean I've been denied unemployment benefits?No. If your case goes to adjudication, it means there are questions or issues that must be addressed before your claim can be cleared for payment or denied. We temporarily suspend your claim until we resolve those issues by obtaining information from you and/or your employers and by seeking additional information to clear up any conflicting or missing information. Issues often include the reason or circumstances that led to your job loss.
We'll send you a letter of determination that says you've been approved for unemployment benefits or explains why we've denied your claim. If we deny your claim, the letter includes information about how to appeal and where to send your appeal. If you are denied and you decide to file an appeal, you'll get a copy of all the documentation we used to make our decision. During your appeal, you should continue to file weekly claims as long as you remain unemployed.
After you request an appeal and your appeal has been scheduled, you will receive a Notice of Telephone Hearing, instructions on how to prepare for your appeal hearing and your hearing packet. The Notice of Telephone Hearing will list the date and time of your hearing. It is important that you follow the directions on the Notice of Telephone Hearing to register for the hearing by providing a telephone number at which to be contacted for the hearing. Register as soon as you receive your hearing notice, but in any event no later than 1 p.m. the business day before the scheduled hearing or you will not be called for the hearing.
You are not required to participate. However, failing to participate could negatively impact your benefits (for claimants) or your employer tax liability (for employers). For example, a claimant who has been paid benefits and receives an unfavorable appeal decision could result not only in a loss of future benefits, but also an overpayment of benefits previously paid that the claimant would be required to repay. It is important to appear and participate in the hearing to protect your rights.
On our website, you will find a Layoff/Shared Work Template for you to download, fill in, and then upload to our website. When you are ready to upload, you can use your existing Unemployment Tax Username and password. If you do not have one, you can register online.
To qualify for benefits you must have been paid wages from insured employment in at least two quarters with the total of your wages being at least 30 times your WBA. Insured work is work performed for employers who are required to pay unemployment insurance tax on your wages.
If you receive benefits you are not entitled to, you are required to repay the benefits, even if someone else made the mistake that caused the overpayment. When a potential overpayment is detected, we may ask you to provide information as we investigate. If an overpayment has been established, we will mail a notice of determination explaining how the overpayment occurred, the amount overpaid and how to repay the amount due. If it is determined that a claimant received more money than they were entitled to, their case is turned over to the Asset Recovery unit to collect the debt. You may contact the Asset Recovery unit at (785) 296-3609 to make arrangements to repay an overpayment. You may repay it in a lump sum or by making payments. If you believe that the notice is incorrect, you have the right to appeal.
You must file a weekly claim for payment for each week you want to receive benefits. Payments will be made if all eligibility requirements have been met. Your claim becomes inactive if you have not filed a weekly claim for payment or had any other activity on your claim for 14 calendar days. Claims will be paid by debit card or direct deposit depending on which option you selected when filing your application for benefits.
Receiving a debit card means your first benefit payment has been approved. Getting a debit card does not guarantee that you will continue to qualify for unemployment benefits and payments. You should continue to file a weekly claim. If you have any questions, visit GetKansasBenefits.gov for more information on your claim.
No, we will only begin to withhold income taxes as of the date we process your request(s). If you have not been using withholding, we strongly recommend you set aside 3.5 percent for state income taxes and 10 percent for federal taxes from your weekly benefits check in order to fulfill income tax obligations for this year.
If you receive benefits you are not entitled to, you are required to repay the benefits, even if someone else made the mistake that caused the incorrect payment. When a potential overpayment is detected, we may ask you to provide information as we investigate. If an overpayment has been established, we will mail a notice of determination explaining how the overpayment occurred, the amount overpaid and how to repay the amount due.
After the officer submits the completed identity verification form to KDOL, our Fraud Investigation unit will review the document and UI benefits account. We may contact you for additional questions. If our agency determines your identity has been verified correctly, the flag will be lifted from the account.
Under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP), additional eligibility provisions have been outlined to address circumstances when an individual is directly affected by COVID-19. You may be eligible for PUA if:
Yes. After reviewing all information, KDOL will issue individuals who apply for the MEUC program a notice of determination which will notify them of whether they have been found eligible or ineligible to receive MEUC. If they disagree with the determination, they may file an appeal. The notice of determination will provide more information on appeal rights and how to file an appeal.
We cannot continue to pay benefits without the completed report. If we must return an incomplete form, you will have seven days to return the completed form. If you cannot get your trainer or a representative of the program to certify your satisfactory participation, your benefits will be denied. Kansas law K.S.A. 44-704 requires that we have all this information. You should still submit even if it is late or you have already been denied for a possible re-determination.
TRA is available to workers who are adversely affected by a trade-impacted employer. The trade-impacted employer must be covered under a certification of group eligibility. Certification of group eligibility is a group of workers of a firm or subdivision of a firm that have been certified by the U.S. Department of Labor as eligible to apply for TAA benefits.
If your debt has been paid in full, or if you do not owe the debt for other reasons, KDOL is responsible for instructing Treasury to stop the offset process. KDOL is also responsible for returning to you any part of your payment that should not have been reduced.
If you never filed an unemployment claim but received a notice from KDOL, you may have been a victim of identity theft. If you have not yet done so, please report the fraudulent claim to KDOL at ReportFraud.ks.gov
If a voter requests a second absentee ballot, any previously issued absentee ballot that is returned by the voter will be set aside unopened to provide the voter a chance to return the second ballot, unless the first ballot has already been opened. If both ballots are received before the return deadline, the ballot with the later postmark date is accepted and any other ballots that have been received are rejected, unless the first ballot has already been opened. If a voter submits more than one timely absentee ballot and cast an affidavit ballot, the last received ballot, either submitted in person during the election or by mail within the absentee return deadline, will be canvassed.
An overpayment occurs when Social Security pays you more than you should have been paid. If this happens, we will notify you. Our notice will tell you why you have been overpaid and how you can pay us back. We will also tell you how you can ask us to:
If you do not agree that you have been overpaid, or if you believe the amount is incorrect, you can appeal by filing Form SSA-561, Request for Reconsideration. You should explain why you think you have not been overpaid or why you think the amount is not correct.
If you agree that you have been overpaid, but you feel you should not have to pay it back because you did not cause the overpayment and you cannot afford to repay it, you should file Form SSA-632, Request for Waiver of Overpayment Recovery.
If you agree that you have been overpaid and are willing to pay it back, but cannot afford to pay it back at the rate we tell you in the letter, you should file Form SSA-634, Request for Change in Overpayment Recovery Rate.
Yes. When you download the MLB Ballpark app, you will need to create or log in with an MLB account. An MLB account is free and easy to create directly from the MLB Ballpark app or any nationals.com webpage from the top navigation bar.
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