How to Cancel North Carolina Unemployment

When you find a new job you can no longer receive North Carolina unemployment benefits and may need to officially cancel your North Carolina unemployment.

In order to cancel your unemployment claim, you can:

1. Call, send a letter, or email to your unemployment counselor letting them know that you have found a new job.
2. Stop filing your weekly certification.

If you happen to receive an unemployment check while you are working, make sure to call your unemployment counselor to let them know. You may need to return the check - but this will be better than any possible penalties that you could be responsible for if you are found to be recieving unemployment benefits while working.

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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# Annette 2012-05-24 17:45
I am moving to NJ from NC in a few weeks. What is the criteria for me to receive NJ unemployment benefits?
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# Richard Rodden 2017-10-25 07:49
My son became unemployed September 13, 2017. He has filed but received no benefits yet. It looks like he will be employed before he receives any benefits. Is he entitled to benefits from the the day he lost his job? Thanks for your help.
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