Question: What Is Transitional Claim?

How do I know if my EDD claim is approved?

The best way to check on the status of your claim is to log in to UI Online.

You can also check on the status of your payment through an automated, self-service telephone system at 1-866-333-4606.

This line is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in English and Spanish..

Can you go to jail for collecting unemployment while working?

Yes. It is fraud to claim that you are unemployed while working. This is dishonest and the Federal Government may charge you with a crime. In addition, you may be liable for penalties, interest and withholdings and executions on your…

What is a subsequent claim?

Subsequent Claim means a covered Private Equity Claim which is based upon, arises from, or directly results from the same facts, circumstances, transactions, or events as described in the Notice of Circumstances.

How do I reopen my unemployment claim in Michigan?

Reopen or File Your Claim Online with MiWAM at Michigan.gov/uia. Questions? Contact UIA Customer Service at 1-866-500-0017 or Chat with an agent using MiWAM.

Why does my EDD status says disqualification?

“An individual is disqualified for unemployment compensation benefits if the director finds that he or she left his or her most recent work voluntarily without good cause or that he or she has been discharged for misconduct connected with his or her most recent work.”

How do I know if my Michigan unemployment claim was approved?

To review your Monetary Determination letter in your MiWAM account, click on the ‘Correspondence’ tab. Go to ‘Unread Letters’ and click on ‘View Letters’. Click on ‘UIA 1575C – Claimant Mondet’.

How do I correct an error on my unemployment claim Michigan?

Please contact customer service at 1-866-500-0017 for correction or send a message in your MiWAM account.

Why can’t I reopen my unemployment claim?

You must reopen your claim to request benefit payments. You can reopen your claim if it was filed within the last 52 weeks and you have not exhausted your benefits. If your benefit year has ended, you must file a new claim. Important: Waiting to reopen or file a new claim can delay benefit payments.

How long is the EDD waiting period?

seven-dayBefore you receive benefits, you must serve an unpaid seven-day waiting period (calendar days). The first payable day is the eighth day of the claim. You can choose how you receive your benefits when you file, either by prepaid debit card or EDD check.