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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing When Form 8815 Payments

Instructions and Help about When Form 8815 Payments

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity presents a reemployment assistance guide to requesting your benefit payments. In order to collect your benefits, you must request them every two weeks through kynect. You can do this by clicking on the link on your home page or the link on the sidebar. However, you cannot request your benefits until your scheduled date to do so. You can find your next scheduled request benefits date on your home page. When you request your weeks, you'll be first asked a series of questions. Specifically, you will be asked to provide information about your job searches for the week. The number of required searches will be listed on the job contacts Log page. If you cannot fulfill the required number of searches, you may substitute a career source Florida's Center workshop visit for all the searches for that week. Simply click "Add" to add another work search entry beyond the first one. Only click "Submit" when you have entered all your job search information. If you worked during the week you're requesting benefits for, you will be asked for information about that as well. If your claim is on hold due to a pending issue, such as your job separation, make sure to request your benefits as scheduled. Your claim will only be reviewed in a timely manner if you are actively requesting benefits and reporting any return to work. If you are approved for benefits, all eligible requested weeks will be reprocessed and paid out accordingly. It is important to note that you have 7 days to request your benefits from your scheduled request benefits date on your home page. Failure to do so will cause your claim to go inactive and you will have to reopen the claim. To ensure you keep track...