It is providing online services to California residents that enable them to claim for unemployment insurance benefits. If you are currently unemployed, seeking a job but have worked in the last 18 months then you are eligible and can apply for the benefits at its website. This is the most convenient way which allows you to get aid unless you get back to work, you don’t have to visit the
government offices instead you can get all the benefits with sitting at your place via online.
Step By Step Guide:
- In order to claim for the insurance, the first step is to visit the official website eapply4ui.edd.ca.gov via your web browser.
- Now you are supposed to carefully read the introduction and after that click on the button entitled “Continue”.
- Now read all the given instructions, check the box that indicates that you have read it and then click on the button entitled “Continue”.
- Next choose the option regarding your claim for the unemployment, after choosing option click on “Continue” button
- Next your will get access to the online application to fill-out the appropriate data.
- Now you are required to complete the application form by carefully following the instructions.
- Enter SSN, Administration SSN, and DOB, gender, name and social card owner name list.
- Enter driver license and choose the languages and click on “Next” and complete the next 8 steps.
- If you need any help or have any questions then you may refer to the FAQ’s.
- You must be unemployed to apply for the unemployment insurance.
- You require a computer and internet access.
- You must have past employment proof.
The State of California Employment Development Department is one of the leading and the largest government branches. It has a long history and over an experience of seventy years. They give assistance to the residents of California in seeking jobs, getting the valuable job training and also the unemployment insurance benefits when you are out of job. They have a large web portal offering information, services and resources for jobseekers to the California residents.