Missouri Unemployment Continued Claims

In order to keep receiving an unemployment check every week you must file a continued claim, also known as a weekly certification or weekly claim.

The purpose of filing a continued claim is to tell the unemployment agency that you:

1. Are actively looking for work.
2. Have not done any work this week.
3. Have not made any money this week (unless you are allowed to by the terms of your unemployment.)
4. Have not found a new job.
5. Want to receive an unemployment check or payment this week.

Therefore, it is very important to file your continued claim every week to keep receiving your unemployment check.

If you delay in filing your continued claim, you may not get your unemployment check on time.

Click Here: Weekly Reminder Email to get a reminder email sent to you every week so that you don't forget to file you weekly claim. This is a free service of UnemploymentHandbook.com because we want to make sure you file your weekly claim on time, and get your unemployment payment on time.

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# Joseph 2013-04-24 20:42
I have an existing claim for $3000 since July of 2011. I was sent a letter stating that to access that claim I needed to earn $1151 in insured work or $2151 in OTHER WORK. I earned $8000 dollars in OTHER WORK between April and June of 2012. I have sent all documents and have proven the earned income in 1099 OTHER WORK for $8000. I have spoken with many , many Department of Labor personal who have all stated something different. I am very frustrated. When I asked about the 2 words ( OTHER WORK) I was told that was not what they meant on the claims letter. I have had an appeal which was determined that I was in the right but the deputy wanted more investigation. After not hearing any decision for 3 weeks I called and was told that the investigation was withdrawn, so to me that means I should be recieving my unemployment claim benefits. I just would like some clarity ,so far I have received about a dozen different answers. Who else can I contact besides the call line?
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