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July 16, 2015 - Due to upgrades to the Division’s computer system, the internet claims systems will be unavailable on Saturday, July 18th, 2015 from approximately 7:00 am to 10:00 am. 
August 13, 2014 - Address Changes through Nevada Debit Card Program Claimants are no longer allowed to change their address with the Nevada Debit Card program (Eppicard.com). Claimants are required by Nevada Revised Statues to maintain a current address with the Employment Security Division's Unemployment Insurance Program. Claimants must change their address on-line at UI.NV.GOV or by calling 702-486-0350, 775-684-0350 or toll free at 1-888-890-8211. After the address has been changed with the Employment Security Division, the address with the Nevada Debit Card program will automatically be updated the following day.
Did you know you are required to keep a record of your work search activities each and every week you file for benefits? All records must include, at a minimum, the application date, the employer name, phone number, address or website, the type of work and the results of the activity. Claimants should keep emails, confirmation pages, and any electronically submitted information as proof of your efforts. You may be asked to provide this work search periodically. Failure to provide your work search records when requested may result in a denial of benefits. Blank work search record logs can be found online at ui.nv.gov.

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jail Unemployment insurance fraud is a crime in Nevada. Effective July 1, 2009, significant changes have been made to NRS 612.445 and penalties will be imposed for the commission of fraud. Fraud is defined as making any false statement relating to a claim for benefits, deliberately withholding information to obtain benefits, failing to report all work and income during a week for which benefits is claimed, filing an unemployment claim while incarcerated or allowing another person to file a claim on your behalf while incarcerated and not disclosing the fact of being incarcerated, or using a name and/or Social Security Number other than your own to file a claim for benefits. If you are found to have committed fraud, you WILL be disqualified until all money is repaid, plus any penalties and interest. You may even be prosecuted for felony theft.

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