How to apply for unemployment insurance in canada
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File a New Claim on eApply4UI or Reopen a Claim on UI Online SM
If you stop certifying for UI benefits on UI Online SM. EDD Tele-Cert SM or by not mailing the Continued Claim form (even for one week) your UI claim becomes inactive. You must first reopen your claim to resume certifying for UI benefit payments during your 52-week benefit year period for a regular UI claim. If the benefit year of your UI claim has ended, you must apply for a new claim.
A new or reopened claim takes effect the Sunday of the week in which you apply to file or reopen a UI claim. This means you must file a new claim or reopen your claim during the first week you want to claim benefits. Once you file a new
claim or reopen your claim, week(s) to certify for benefits will be made available on your UI Online SM account. You must log in to your UI Online SM and certify for benefits. For now, a paper Continued Claim form (DE 4581) will be mailed to you. To discontinue receiving continued claim forms in the mail, simply log in to your UI Online SM account, choose paperless certification, and do not return the Continued Claim form. Certifying for benefits on your UI Online SM account is a fast, convenient and secure.
UI Online SM : Reopen a Claim, Certify for Benefits and Manage Your Claim
The fastest and most intuitive way to reopen your claim is through your UI Online SM account. Log in to your UI Online SM account and select the “Reopen Your Claim” button and answer all of the questions.
UI Online SM is a fast, convenient, and secure way for UI customers to reopen a current claim, certify for benefits, access claim information, and manage your claim 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
eApply4UI: File a New Claim
Select the “Continue” button to complete the application for a new UI claim.Source: eapply4ui.edd.ca.gov