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How Do I Change My Address For Unemployment?

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Changing your address to receive unemployment benefits is easy. You simply must contact the unemployment organization in your state that provides the benefits and let them know you are moving. This can be done by phone, post or email. You should check with your relevant provider on the appropriate course of action in case there is any paper work to fill out. But usually, simply letting them know is sufficient.

If you claim on a weekly basis, as is the system in some states, you could let them know then. Alternatively, call your local unemployment office who will sort things out for you. If you are moving within the state, there shouldn’t be a delay on your next unemployment payment. Moving between states can be more complicated as your details may need to be transferred to another unemployment organization. However, it is still unlikely your payments will suffer a delay.

If you are unemployed, you will probably be eligible to receive unemployment payments no matter where you live. If you aren’t currently receiving any, contact your local unemployment office to see if you can. Depending on your circumstances, you may be paid enough to cover basic living needs, or more if you are being compensated for lost salary. Usually to receive any benefits you will have to be seeking a paid job.

It is important to notify your relevant unemployment organization when you have a change of address to ensure you don’t lose any of your payments. The unemployment may need to contact you, and may do this by mailing you " if they post to your old address you will never receive the mail and miss out on important correspondence. Be sure to tell the unemployment office as quickly as possible when you change your address.
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I would like 2 change my address
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What is the process for changing my claim address. I am moving to Maynardville Tennessee from Delaware. Thanks for all the help you can give me. Delaware is telling me one thing and Tennessee is telling me another. I need to know exactly what to do. Thanks again. Ph.# 302 284 7242

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