Nevada Unemployment Phone Number

Sometimes you just have to talk to a live person to get answers to your questions. In that case, you can call the NV Unemployment Phone Number: Toll Free: (888) 890-8211

Be prepared for long wait times because lots of people are trying to do the same thing that you are. Be patient and you will get through to someone that can help you. Even though it is frustrating to wait so long, please be courteous to the person you get connected to and you will get a lot more help than if you are terse and rude. The staffers on the other line are over-worked and are doing everything they can to help all of the people that are contacting them.

When you call the NV unemployment phone number, make sure that you have the following information:

1. Social security number.
2. Dates of employment.
3. A pen or pencil, and paper - to take notes.

Again, your Nevada unemployment phone number is: Toll Free: (888) 890-8211

Still Have Questions?

To go back to the Nevada Unemployment FAQ Page, click here: Nevada Unemployment FAQ

To go the main Nevada Unemployment page, click here: Nevada Unemployment

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# glenn l 2011-01-05 14:17
i am being relocated by my employer from las Vegas to Oklahoma. Consequently, my wife has to quit her job to go with me. She has worked for the same company for over two years. Will she be eligible to file unemployment in Oklahoma until she finds a job?
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# Ian C 2011-10-03 13:12
If she is leaving on her own free will, then I do not think she qualifies for unemployment
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# jim l 2011-12-05 15:58
I have been working for this company full time for one year. Now, the company decides to hire more employee. and reduce employees hours, making everyone part time. Do the full time employees have any rights?
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# tara 2012-01-11 14:12
I have been working at my job for approximately 7 weeks. I received notice that I will be laid off this coming fiday, will I be able to receive unemployment benefits in Nevada until i find new employment?
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# amy 2012-05-14 16:00
My boyfriend has been a temp at a warehouse for about a year. And recently he basically got fired. I was wondering if he can still file for uneployment if he was only a temp not a actual worker with the warehouse/company?
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# hoshang 2012-08-13 17:02
filling on line weekly claims ...they ask for 4 dight #
what # is that other tthan your ss #
please replay
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# Michael W 2013-01-09 18:52
I am a Nevada resident but I needed to go to Colorado to work. I was laid off in Colorado. I have exhausted all my benifits from Colorado and I believe that I qualify for the Fedral program. I think I am supposed to continue to file through Colorado but I thought I had better check with you. I have called Colorado unemployment constently for the last 3 days. When I do get through to someone they hang up when I say hello. I have not been rude. I just need to know what my responsibilitie s are.

Thank you for your help.

Mike
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# Victor 2013-02-14 20:24
From the begining of last year untill mid to late august i collected unemployment. Durring this time i paid taxes on the recieved benefits, i have not recieved a w-2 or 1099 or what ever form i am supposed to get. What do i do to get the appropriate form?
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# kathleen 2013-05-13 17:43
my husband lost his job in nv, he got a new job in another state and I am relocating with him. Can I get unemployment benefits and if so how long of a waiting period is it?
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