|Manual Del Reclamante - Spanish Claimant Handbook|
Important information about your Unemployment
Rights and Responsibilities is included in
|You are responsible for reading this handbook and knowing the information it contains.|
|Failure to keep your address current may result in disqualification. UI mail is not forwarded by the Post Office.|
|You will be held responsible for any false information you provide during your benefit claim.|
|After you have read this handbook, if you have
can refer to our website uid.dli.mt.gov or
call the Claims Processing Center. Unemployment
Insurance Laws and Rules are available at this website.
You can also send a question to a Customer Service Representative by going to UI4U.mt.gov and clicking on"Ask UI".
|For the latest UI information, go online to uid.dli.mt.gov. Videos and audio tips are updated regularly. Special Program and other information is posted here and updated as they change.|
Program integrity is the #1 focus of the UI Division. We want to improve program integrity by reducing improper payments. An improper payment of UI benefits means that a claim for benefits was paid in error. An improper payment can result when inaccurate information is provided by the claimant or employer, or when information is not received by the state UI office in a timely manner. Do your part to reduce your risk of an improper payment by reporting information in an accurate and timely manner.
Fraud affects everyone. If you suspect a business or an individual is committing fraud, please contact us by email at email@example.com; by fax at (406) 444-6651; or by phone at (406) 444-1709.
|Unemployment Insurance provides temporary financial assistance
to eligible workers and is not based on financial need.
UI benefits are funded by employer taxes.
No money is deducted from your paycheck for these benefits.