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In order to enroll for unemployment benefits, you must follow the below steps: Determine your eligibility: Review the criteria of your state, including wages earned, the length of your employment and the reason for your dismissal from work. Once you have determined that you may be eligible to collect UI benefits, continue by filing an unemployment claim. Determine your eligibility: Review the ...

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Unemployment Insurance (UI) provides temporary financial assistance to qualified individuals who have lost their jobs and continue to meet eligibility requirements The Illinois Department of Employment Security offers many resources to help your job search. For more information please visit (www.IDES.Illinois.gov) or call (800) 244-5631 . . . in order to collect Unemployment Insurance benefits ...

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