NJ UI FIle Continued Claim
- Logon to file a new unemployment claim with the state of New Jersey, or access your current claim
- File you weekly unemployment certification with New Jersey to keep your benefits paying
- If you need to add or change your direct deposit that your New Jersey unemployment benefits are paid to, logon here
If you’ve become unemployed through no fault of your own in the state of New Jersey, you do have the ability to apply for unemployment benefits that will help cover part of the salary you were earning. Fortunately, everything related to your
With the New Jersey Department of Labor’s online system, you can open a new unemployment claim quickly and conveniently. Being out of a job is already stressful enough, and attempting to obtain your unemployment benefits shouldn’t add to your stress. You can change or add a direct deposit account that your New Jersey unemployment benefits are paid to, logon each week to file certification with the state of New Jersey that shows what wages you’ve earned, and even start a brand new claim if you’ve recently lost your job.
If you have been accepted and approved for unemployment benefits in New Jersey, you will need to file a weekly certification that states you are looking for work, and certification of any funds or wages you receive. Remember that New Jersey takes unemployment fraud very seriously, and that it is a crime to claim unemployment insurance benefits when you’re receiving other wages.
When it comes time to file your taxes next year, you will need to report any unemployment benefits that you’ve received. Logon to access and print your New Jersey 1099-G form.
To contact the New Jersey Department of Labor about your unemployment insurance: