ATTENTION: Disaster Unemployment Assistance(DUA) can now be filed in MyUI+. If your employment was directly impacted by the declared disaster in Boulder County look for the Apply for Disaster Benefits link on your homepage. You must file a standard unemployment insurance claim first, if you are not eligible for standard unemployment insurance, the Apply for Disaster Benefits link will show the following day. 

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If you received $2,500 or more in wages on a W-2 from any employer where taxes were withheld in the last 18 months, you are likely eligible to file a claim for unemployment benefits.

Before you proceed, gather your income-related information, such as pay stubs. Be prepared to provide information about work you have performed in the last 18 months, including the name and address of the business, dates you worked, and rate of pay

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Protect Yourself from Scams
Fraudsters often use spoofed websites — fake sites which copy an official site’s design — to trick unsuspecting victims into giving up personal or financial information. Remember: CDLE will never send you a text message with a link to log into your account. To be sure that you are accessing the official MyUI+ portal and not a fake site, access your MyUI+ account via CDLE’s official website at ColoradoUI.gov.
Next Steps After Filing Your Claim
Once you’ve opened your unemployment claim, there are a few things you need to do in order to remain eligible for benefits and receive payments on time. You must remain able and available to work, and complete weekly work search activities. You’re also required to register with your local workforce center. Finally, you must request payment each week via your MyUI+ account or by phone. For more information, visit the Eligibility and Work Search Requirements page on our website.
News and Alerts
All claimants are now required to set up multi-factor authentication (MFA) when logging into their MyUI+ account. You’ll have the option to receive temporary security codes by text message, email, or an authenticator app on your phone. For more information, visit the Multi-Factor Authentication page on our website

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