How do I reopen my unemployment claim in Maryland?

How do I reopen my unemployment claim in Maryland?

Conversation. REOPEN INACTIVE CLAIM ONLINE: UI claimants can now reopen their inactive claim entirely online by clicking on the “Reopen Claim” button on the left side of their BEACON portal and following the instructions. Claimants will only see this button if their status is inactive.

What is the email for Maryland unemployment?

For faster service, you can file your claim for benefits by clicking the link “Apply for Unemployment Insurance Benefits” in the “Applicants” information on this page. If you need further assistance, please contact us by email at [email protected]

Why is my Maryland unemployment account locked?

Adding to the distress of some unemployment applicants, the Maryland Department of Labor has been putting many accounts under lock due to fraudulent activity. As of Feb. 1, 2021, were flagged as fraudulent, according to department officials.

How many weeks is a Pua in Maryland?

39 weeks
Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA): expands eligibility for traditionally ineligible individuals for unemployment benefits, including independent contractors, gig workers, and self-employed individuals. Recipients may receive up to 39 weeks of benefit payments under this program.

Is Maryland Pua still available?

Temporary Federal Pandemic UI Programs Ended on September 4, 2021. No payments of PUA, FPUC, PEUC, or MEUC benefits will be made for any weeks of unemployment ending after September 4, 2021, even if you have a PUA or PEUC balance in your BEACON portal.

How long does Maryland unemployment take to get approved?

It is the start of the process. We must verify the applicant’s information, contact the employer for the reasons surrounding the separation and, in turn, make an eligibility determination with the information that has been gathered. This process typically takes 21 days.

Has MD unemployment been extended?

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — A judge ruled Tuesday that thousands of unemployed Marylanders can keep receiving the extra federal unemployment benefits for now, according to lawyers for unemployed workers. The judge granted a preliminary injunction, extending benefits.

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