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Since July 2021, the UIA has waived over $4.35 billion in overpayment debt related to federal pandemic jobless benefits programs on more than 407,300 claims. Issuing waivers is a cornerstone of Director Dale's reform of the UIA.
Top. An overpayment happens when you receive more unemployment money than you should have received. This may have happened for a few reasons, like if you made a mistake when certifying your benefits, were unable or unavailable to work, or you knowingly gave false or misleading information when filing a claim.
You can submit your protest through your MIWAM account. After accessing your MIWAM account: Click on the claim ID of the involved benefit year to view the details. Next, click on "Determination Status", and then click on "file a protest" or "file appeal" for the issue you wish to protest.
The following states require that employers provide written notice of separation (discharge, layoff, voluntary resignation) to a departing employee: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, and Tennessee.
the Form UIA 1575. Here, the employer can tell the UIA about vacation pay, holiday pay, severance pay, or other special payments that were made to the. claimant following the last day of work.
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A protest must be received within 30 days from the mail date on the Determination.
Upload in your MiWAM account or fax a Drivers' License or government issued ID, could also include birth certificate or social security card.
This Form UIA 1718, Claimant's Statement of Wages, must be completed by you if either you disagree with the wages reported by an employer or an employer did not report wages for you at all.
You can protest online through your Michigan Web Account Manager (MiWAM). Once you have logged into your account, click on the "Determination Status" tab, and then click on "file a protest." If it has been more than 30 days since the determination was issued, you may not see this option on your MiWAM account.
You can submit your protest through your MIWAM account. After accessing your MIWAM account: Click on the claim ID of the involved benefit year to view the details. Next, click on "Determination Status", and then click on "file a protest" or "file appeal" for the issue you wish to protest.

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