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How Do I Get A Print Out From Unemployment?

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Hayley Clarke answered
Claimants in any state who receive unemployment compensation benefits receive a PIN number that allows them to access all their benefit information online; a claimant can get a print out of unemployment compensation paid to establish the unemployment compensation credit against workers' compensation benefits. If you do not wish to do this online, you may do it over the phone or by post, submitting a written request specifically asking for a printout showing the week ending dates, the amount received and the deductions taken out. All information on unemployment benefits, as well as information on finding a job and maintenance payments, can be found at your state’s website; such sites include useful contact details and advice on employment, as well as directing you to other websites and support groups. There are many options for work, and the state government is there to make sure you and your loved ones are properly cared for every step of the way.
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I need a full dollar amount of my unemployment from the time I received it since 06/2009 until 12/2009 how can I get that information
Annette Reynolds Profile
I having been working for awhile now, but I need proof that I have not been working. I can't go out my home because of my illness. How do I get a employment print out without going to the office?
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They maybe online at your UI web site, you will have to log into your account and see.
If not you will have to call them for a copy.
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I know but is there a site where I have to go?
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Amanda Wells answered
If the benefits are paid into your bank account they will be recorded on your bank statement, which you can request any time whether you have an online bank account or  not. If you need a record of the benefits which have been paid to you and your own records don't show it, you need to contact the benefits office directly - they can print a record and give it to you.

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