Unemployment Resources for Alabama

Direct Link to Alabama Unemployment

From Alabama's Website:
How to File a PUA Claim
This benefit is available to people who can't work because of COVID-19 and who do not otherwise qualify for unemployment insurance.

  • Self employed
  • People seeking part-time employment
  • Church employees
  • Gig economy workers
  • Nonprofit and governmental workers
  • Workers who have exhausted their unemployment benefits
  • People lacking appropriate work history
  • People who do not qualify for regular unemployment compensation or extended benefits under state or Federal law or PEUC
You are required to file a claim, answer some questions, and submit proof of your income to be get this benefit. This can all be done online on the website (linked above)
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