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Employers can now receive Unemployment Insurance Benefits correspondence electronically through a secure web message center.
Receiving correspondence electronically has many advantages:
Convenient access to time-sensitive information
Receive correspondence several days faster than by regular mail
UI correspondence is sent to a secure UI web site.
Reduced mailing costs
Ability to respond to some correspondence online
Signing up for electronic correspondence allows you to electronically receive your Unemployment Insurance (UI) correspondence.
Your UI correspondence will be sent to an electronic “mailbox” set up for you on this website. When correspondence is sent to your mailbox, UI will also attempt to send a courtesy notification to an email address you provide. This notification will let you know you have mail in your mailbox.
When you agree to receive your UI correspondence electronically, you agree to respond, the same as if you were sent paper correspondence.
Even though you sign up for electronic correspondence, UI may need to contact you by telephone or by paper mail.
You may discontinue receiving your UI correspondence electronically by opting out.
UI may also choose to discontinue sending correspondence to you electronically for various reasons, including if your account or claim becomes inactive.
Once electronic correspondence is discontinued, you will need to sign up again to receive it.
To receive your UI correspondence electronically, you must sign the "Employer Opt-In Agreement".
Click here to opt-in now!
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