How To Apply For Missouri Unemployment

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Unemployment in the State of Missouri

You will want to watch the video below and then go to this page to get started filing for unemployment in Missouri. You can file a new claim or renew a claim online as well as file all your weekly claims. You can also file over the phone and to get complete information on both of these options, please view the FAQ page.

Start by watching this video:

How To File An Appeal

Not everyone that applies for unemployment gets accepted. If you are one of the ones that gets turned down, you do have the right to appeal. Start here for a complete overview of what you will have to do to get your appeal in progress.

Missouri Unemployment Extensions:

There will no longer be any state extended benefits for people living in Missouri. If you are running out of benefits, you should go here and read this very complete description of the different tiers. Emergency unemployment and extended unemployment are very complicated and you need to study that page to gain a better understanding of what you may qualify for.

Information:

Missouri Department
of Labor For Unemployed
http://www.labor.mo.gov/DES/Claims/
File Your First or weekly Unemployment Claim Online
https://www.ui.labor.mo.gov/som/IC_0010.jsp
FAQ’s http://www.labor.mo.gov/DES/Claims/faqs_web.asp
How To File An Appeal


http://www.labor.mo.gov/DES/Appeals/how_to_file_appeal.asp
Job Services in Missouri http://www.labor.mo.gov/DES/Claims/job_services.asp

Businesses need go to http://www.laworks.net to file their unemployment and wages reports every quarter.

 

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