North Carolina Unemployment Application

When you get ready to fill out the NC unemployment application you need to make sure you have set aside plenty of time to complete the application, and you need to be sure that you have all of the information ready that may be requested of you.

You need to know:

1. Your social security number.
2. Your driver's license number.
3. Your last employer's name and address.
4. The dates that you worked at your last employer.
5. The dates of all of the jobs that you have held in the past (This is not always required, but is very helpful to have).

If you are filling out a North Carolina unemployment application in person, you will need to take the following items with you:

1. Your social security card.
2. Your driver's license.
3. Last paystub from your previous employer.
4. Any layoff documents your previous employer may have given you.

Still Have Questions?

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

To go the main North Carolina Unemployment page, click here: North Carolina Unemployment

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# Horatiu 2012-03-21 21:24
I have a small business on my name and I work full time job for a different company. Now I will be lay-off from the company where I work full time. Can I collect unemployment if I have the business on my name? Thank you!
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# DDG 2012-06-05 18:27
I have a personal business where I work about 12 hours per week. I am being laid off from my full time job. I can pick up a few more hours in my business. How will this affect an unemployment claim?
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# Kelly 2012-07-15 11:15
I work from home in NC for a company in VA. I have never stepped foot in VA to perform my duties. VA will not file my claim directing me to NC. NC tells me I must file in VA. All other laid off employees in other states...their unemployment offices are simply transferring wages to their prospective states without the VA Company having a EIN # in their state. NC tells me I must contact my employer, have them get a NC EIN and have my wages transferred. At a total loss here as neither state is helping me. Advise Please!
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# Nichole 2012-09-23 12:38
i live in NC and the job i work at is seasonal, and is from march to october but this year i had to stop working early september 2012 because i had a baby, my job will start back in march though. can i get unemployment?
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# Mike 2012-10-23 10:24
Do I qualify for unemployment if I quit my job to go to school full time for a career change?
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# kayla 2012-12-08 18:03
My hours got cut back to 4hours a week if I still work am I eligible for unemployment, while working 4 hours a week?
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# Tammy 2012-12-09 08:38
where i work has become a huge disadvantage for me as a single mom, i am scheduled alot for late night hours and i feel this done intentionly by my manager. She knows i have a 6yr old and a 14 yr old. Ive worked at this job for 8 yrs. Am I eligible for benefits and i need to quit this job?
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# susan 2013-01-08 16:23
I worked in Jackson NC and quit because I needed to move to Fla to help my Mother who had to take her vec off the road, due to eyesight. I have not found a job yet, Am I able to apply for unemployment.
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# Lori 2013-01-23 12:24
I have the same problem. Fed Employee moved due to marriage from NC to Florida and I am wondering the same as I had to resign from my federal position and with the hiring freeze the Government has I am up for jobs here with the Federal Gov but have to wait due to the freeze.
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