If the above options do not meet your needs due to your specific circumstances, you may contact the Unemployment Insurance Contact Center and they will take your request by phone at (877)345-3484 .
To file a new UI claim, visit the State’s Department of Economic Security’s website. You can also call 1-877-600-2722 to apply over the phone. UI claims can be filed online and over the phone on 1-501-907-2590, Monday to Friday. UI claims can be made online here and over the phone on 1-800-300-5616 .
Fill out the Contact Us form or visit unemployment . oregon .gov. Use the Online Claim System. Benefits Estimator. iMatchSkills Registration/Login. UI Program Updates.
To check on your claim , log in to our Online Claim System. Claims are updated during the night and are generally available in the morning. Frequently asked questions about claims , claims statuses, and what you can do.
Levy says the best time to try submitting your claim is before 10 a.m. or after 5 p.m., when website traffic is lower.
Here is an overview of what’s gone wrong with Oregon jobless claims during the first weeks of the coronavirus outbreak: Long processing times: Many laid-off workers have been waiting more than a month for their claims to be approved, frequently because of erroneous rejections by the state’s rickety computer systems.
By phone. You can reach our assistance call center at (877) 626-6800 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Multilingual call agents are available.
A: You may call the Voice Response System at 1-800-897-5630 and select the menu item to obtain specific benefit account information. You may contact the VEC Customer Contact Center at 1-866-832-2363 (Available 8:15am to 4:30pm, Monday – Friday and 9am to 1pm Saturday.
Amount and Duration of Unemployment Benefits in Oregon Your weekly benefit amount will be 1.25% of the total wages in your base period, subject to a weekly minimum of $151 and a maximum of $648 .
To qualify, you cannot: Earn more than your weekly benefit amount, or. Work more than 39 hours .
The state is waiving the waiting week for regular unemployment claims from March 8 through Jan. 2, 2021. Oregon was hampered in its ability to pay the waiting week due to its outdated COBOL-based computer system that dates to the 1980s.
Everyone getting any type of unemployment benefits gets an extra $300/week (for each eligible week from December 27, 2020 until March 13, 2021). Learn more. Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC).
You can also check refund status through Oregon’s automated phone system at 1-503-378-4988 or toll-free at 1-800-356-4222. This same information is required by the automated phone system.