The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development says that weekly unemployment benefits can be applied for on the NJUIFile.net website seven days a week. Each week of benefits eligibility must be claimed in order for that week to be counted.
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development says that people who want to get unemployment benefits must be able to work, available for a job opening, actively looking for work, and not turn down good job offers. Online applications are only available at certain times, and applicants should check the Department of Labor’s website to see when they are open. To use the NJUIFile.net system, you need to set up a personal identification number, and if you file your claim on a Sunday, you’ll get your money faster.
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development says that credit is given for each week of unemployment benefits claimed, even if the claim is disputed or initially denied but later approved. Claimants can ask for credit once a week or twice a month. Applicants should keep track of each claim they make because the system doesn’t tell them when to claim benefits.