What do I do if I haven't received my unemployment benefits in PA?

What do I do if I haven't received my unemployment benefits in PA?

If you don't see your benefit payment, then you can call or fill out the UC request form or call us at 888-313-7284.

Where is my Pa unemployment check?

Check Claim Status Online Before calling or emailing L&I, you can check your claim status at: https://benefits.uc.pa.gov/.

How do I speak to a person at PA unemployment?

Unemployment compensation (UC) services are provided by telephone through regional call centers. You may call the UC service center at 888-313-7284.

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

You can check online at 'View Benefit Payments' to see if you have received a payment. Your claim is currently being reviewed and you will receive notification of any action you need to take to resolve the currently outstanding issues. Please continue to file your biweekly claims.

What is the best time to call PA unemployment?

If you have tried other methods to find your answer without success, try the UC Service Call Center phone, call 888-313-7284 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to reach UC staff. The best time to try calling the UC service center is Thursdays and Fridays, according to the department.

How do I get through to Pa Pua unemployment?

The state's PUA hotline (855-284-8545) will remain open for two weeks after Sept. 4. Once it closes, PUA claimants should call the regular unemployment compensation number (888-313-7284) for help.

How long does it take for PA unemployment to put funds in account?

From the date your direct deposit application is received, it takes about one week for direct deposit to be established so long as the information on the form is correct. Once direct deposit is established payments processed by the UC Service Center will post to your bank account within one or two business days.

Is PA unemployment going to be extended?

The Extended Benefits (EB) program will end in Pennsylvania, due to the declining unemployment rate. The last payable week of Extended Benefits (EB) is the week ending . Individuals who had been collecting EB will transition back to federal Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC).

How do I know if my unemployment claim was approved in PA?

You can check online at 'View Benefit Payments' to see if you have received a payment. Your claim is currently being reviewed and you will receive notification of any action you need to take to resolve the currently outstanding issues. Please continue to file your biweekly claims.

Is PA unemployment extended to 52 weeks?

How long can I receive benefits? If you are eligible for UC, you may receive benefits until you have been paid the maximum benefit amount (MBA) allowed on your claim or until your benefit year has expired. Your benefit year expires one year (52 weeks) after your application for benefits (AB) date.