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KDOL Updates Information on Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

by Audri Smith | Feb 08, 2021
As part of the unemployment extension provisions contained in H.R. 133, the Continued Assistance for Unemployed Workers Act of 2020 (Continued Assistance Act), increased the maximum amount of benefits available under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program from 39 weeks to 50 weeks. The extension of this program is now available. To file for the additional weeks, claimants should log into their unemployment benefits claim portal.

Read more here.

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  1. Jose pepper | Feb 26, 2021
    I am about to be evicted just because my PUA is temporarily suspended without any reason provided and call center line que is full, what a joke kansas
  2. Jamie gose | Feb 23, 2021
    why havent i recieved my unemployment for the weekof presidents day (holiday week)?   How do we get any kind of answer?

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