Nevada Unemployment Office

Nevada residents may obtain unemployment information from the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR). The NV unemployment office will assist citizens, legal non-citizens and recently discharged members of the United States armed forces apply for unemployment benefits. Applicants can also find out information about unemployment eligibility and the application process by speaking with a DETR representative. Previous participants can reopen old claims, view past applications and handle overpayment of benefits. Concerned residents can also contact the unemployment office in Nevada to report program fraud if they uncover deception. Unemployment insurance is available to residents of Nevada who have recently suffered a reduction in work hours, temporary employment hours or a loss of a job entirely. Each unemployment office can discuss how they determine benefits and the duration of financial compensation. Information about unemployment services like retraining and job searches are also available to interested claimants who speak to a DETR representative. For detailed unemployment information about claims, participants can contact the office to review methods and rate of payment as well as the possibility of extensions. However, offices and phone lines are closed for all federal and state holidays except Columbus Day.

Nevada Unemployment Resources

To contact the unemployment office in Nevada, review the information below:

To File a New Report or Reopen a Claim

Online:
http://ui.nv.gov/home.htm

Online Support: (775) 684-0427
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Email: Internethelp@nvdetr.org

Claim Information, Related Questions and Telephone Filing:
Nevada (North): (775) 684-0350 / Fax (775) 684-0338
Nevada (South): (702) 486-0350 / Fax (702) 486-7987
Rural Areas or Out-of-State (Toll Free): (888) 890-8211

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Hours:
Claim Filing: Monday or Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Customer Service: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Appeals Office:
Nevada (South) (702) 486-7933
FAX: (702) 486-7949
Toll Free: (866) 626-0629

Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation
500 East Third Street
Carson City, NV 89713

Support Lines:
For Login or PIN
Nevada (North): (775) 687-6838
Nevada (South): (702) 486-3293

Debit Card PIN Assistance
(888) 339-8569

En Español
Nevada (Norte): (775) 687-8148
Nevada (Sur): (702) 486-2957
Llamada gratuita: (888) 887-8147

 

What Is Unemployment Insurance?

Unemployment insurance is a type of government compensation that can be obtained by newly unemployed workers who require financial assistance while they purse new work opportunities. These unemployment benefits are available to eligible individuals for a pre-determined period and help them cover rent, food and other necessary expenses. To find out more about unemployment insurance and how you can start receiving government compensation today, download our guide.


Can Everyone Get Unemployment Benefits?

Unemployment insurance is only available to qualified individuals. Applicants must have an acceptable reason for being out of work, they must meet past income thresholds and more. Find out if you qualify to receive unemployment compensation by downloading our comprehensive guide here.

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