• Filing A Claim
  • Initial Skills Review

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Why do I need to complete the Initial Skills Review?

Can I file a claim?

I answered only two questions and the Initial Skills Review ended. Why?

What are the general eligibility requirements to receive reemployment assistance benefits?

I received a "Below 3." Can I re-take that part of the Initial Skills Review?

Am I eligible for benefits if I was discharged, voluntarily quit, am self-employed, am a school employee between terms, am not able and available for work, received severance pay or wages in lieu of notice, am receiving retirement income etc.?

I know I answered the questions correctly. The screen said I got the answer wrong. Can I re-take the Initial Skills Review?

When/How will I know if I am eligible for benefits?

Do I really have to try to get the answers right?

Am I eligible for reemployment assistance benefits while working part-time and how will it affect my claim/benefits?

I am getting a message that I need to install Flash or JavaScript. What does that mean? How do I do it?

My claim is exhausted. Am I eligible for an extension?

Can I access the Initial Skills Review on my iPad or iPhone?

The Initial Skills Review web page is not displaying correctly. For example: my screen is blank and when I click on a button it does not do anything. What should I do?

Do I file a new claim with Florida or another state?

The Initial Skills Review web page is not loading or is loading very slowly. What should I do?

I was in the military and I have been discharged from active duty. Where do I file my claim?

I am stuck on one of the Initial Skills Review web pages because my computer has frozen. My Internet connection was interrupted or has gone down. What should I do?

I worked for the Federal Government, where do I file my claim?

My screen is saying someone else's name or giving me someone else's results. What should I do?

How do I file a Florida claim for reemployment assistance benefits?

I received a "Communication Error" when taking an Initial Skills Review. What should I do?

How do I file a claim against Florida if I am currently residing in another state?

How do I file for Extended Benefits?

What information do I need to file my claim?

I am having trouble filing my initial claim. What do I do?

When does my claim start or become effective?

Can my claim be backdated to when I became unemployed?

What happens if I do not file my claim immediately after I become unemployed?

I returned to work after I filed my claim and now I am unemployed again. How do I reopen my claim?

I stopped claiming weeks and now the system tells me I do not have any weeks to claim. How do I reopen my claim?

I have a claim in another state, how do I reopen that claim?

I filed on the internet, but I did not receive my confirmation number. Was my claim filed?

Can I cancel a claim that I have just filed? If so, what must I do to request that the claim be cancelled?

What documents can I expect to receive?

Where can I obtain the W-4V form to complete and submit so that withholding taxes will be deducted from my benefit checks?

How can I find specific information about my claim?

How do I establish a personal identification number (PIN)?

What if I am unable to establish a PIN?

How do I change my PIN?

I do not know my PIN, but the system is telling me that I have one.

What training and educational programs are available and can I collect reemployment assistance benefits while attending?

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