Apply for Unemployment Insurance

Apply for Unemployment Insurance

Apply for Unemployment Insurance in the State of South Caroline Online using this service. 

Unemployment Insurance (UI) is a nationwide program created to financially help eligible individuals (also referred to as claimants), who are unemployed through no fault of their own, while they actively search for new work.

The program allows UI recipients to maintain purchasing power, therefore, easing the serious effects of unemployment on individual households, the community and the state. In South Carolina, a UI claim can provide up to 20 weeks of benefits. The average weekly benefit amount is $236. The maximum weekly benefit is $326.

FAQs

Do I qualify for Unemployment Benefits if my employer has to shut down operations due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Unemployment benefits are available to individuals who are unemployed through no fault of their own. If an employer must shut down operations and no work is available, individuals may be eligible for unemployment benefits.

Apply for Unemployment Insurance

Apply for Unemployment Insurance

Apply for Unemployment Insurance in the State of South Caroline Online using this service. 

Unemployment Insurance (UI) is a nationwide program created to financially help eligible individuals (also referred to as claimants), who are unemployed through no fault of their own, while they actively search for new work.

The program allows UI recipients to maintain purchasing power, therefore, easing the serious effects of unemployment on individual households, the community and the state. In South Carolina, a UI claim can provide up to 20 weeks of benefits. The average weekly benefit amount is $236. The maximum weekly benefit is $326.

FAQs

Do I qualify for Unemployment Benefits if my employer has to shut down operations due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Unemployment benefits are available to individuals who are unemployed through no fault of their own. If an employer must shut down operations and no work is available, individuals may be eligible for unemployment benefits.