Table of Contents
- 1 What does Rea mean from EDD?
- 2 What can I expect at my resea appointment?
- 3 What happens if you miss your REA appointment?
- 4 What is Rea referred by status?
- 5 Can I lose my unemployment benefits?
- 6 How long is the Resea appointment?
- 7 Am I claiming unemployment if I file a claimant?
- 8 How long does it take for EDD to approve certification?
- 9 Do you get a letter when you have an EdD interview?
- 10 How to verify your identity in California EDD?
What does Rea mean from EDD?
Reemployment Eligibility and Assessment
In order to be eligible for federal Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) benefits, you must attend all interviews and/or workshops that the Department schedules for you to assist you in returning to work. You were scheduled for a mandatory EUC Reemployment Eligibility and Assessment (REA) appointment on .
What can I expect at my resea appointment?
What to Expect. All RESEA appointments will have both a virtual and phone/dial-in option as a result of COVID-19. Participants may choose to attend through either option. Participants will receive a letter in advance of their first appointment, confirming the date and time of the scheduled meeting.
What does Rea mean in unemployment?
UI Reemployment and Eligibility Assessment
Beginning in 2005, the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration funded the voluntary UI Reemployment and Eligibility Assessment (REA) program to address individual reemployment needs of UI claimants, as well as prevent and detect improper benefit payments.
What happens if you miss your REA appointment?
Unfortunately, you missed the appointment. Participation in this program is mandatory. Failure to attend your appointment may impact your eligibility for unemployment insurance benefits. An appointment has been rescheduled for you.
What is Rea referred by status?
Reemployment and Eligibility Assessment (REA) is a program through Federal funding that is intended to help the newly unemployed find employment more quickly.
How do I know my UI referred by Status California?
You can also check on the status of your unemployment claim through the EDD’s automated, self-service telephone system at 1-866-333-4606. This phone line is open 24 hours a day.
Can I lose my unemployment benefits?
You may lose eligibility for benefits. The following are some of the possible ways you can be disqualified: You fail, without good cause, to accept an offer of suitable work or refuse a referral to a job opportunity. You voluntarily quit a job without good cause.
How long is the Resea appointment?
It has been determined that an RESEA will take an average of 1.50 hours/90 min. to complete. Rescheduling an RESEA can take an average of 12 minutes.
Why does EDD want a telephone interview?
Give a cell phone number instead of a home phone number on your application for benefits. The purpose of the interview is for EDD to determine your eligibility for benefits. EDD is usually trying to determine whether you have “reasonable assurance” of employment the next semester.
Am I claiming unemployment if I file a claimant?
Claim – A new claim is the first claim filed to request a determination of entitlement and eligibility for compensation. Claimant – A totally or partially unemployed person who files for unemployment benefits. Filing Date – The date you file via telephone or online and complete your claim for unemployment compensation.
How long does it take for EDD to approve certification?
Note: If you submitted your certification by mail and/or requested your benefit payments by check, allow 10 days for processing. If it has been more than 10 days since you submitted your certifications, Contact UI.
How to contact the California Department of Edd?
You can contact the EDD by mail by mailing your items to the appropriate address below. If you have a comment, complaint, or suggestion, review the “Comments, Suggestion, and Complaints” section above. Please refer to our Department Directory for phone numbers and addresses. Email: [email protected] If you are having…
Do you get a letter when you have an EdD interview?
EDD inboxed me that they were sending a letter “A letter with interview instructions was sent to you when the appointment was scheduled”, that never arrived. I watched UTUBE videos of people who had phone interviews but those were dated some years ago.
How to verify your identity in California EDD?
To request more time, you must call 1-866-401-2849 or mail a request to the address at the top of the Request for Identity Verification (DE 1326C) mailed to you. We must receive your request within 10 calendars days of the Mail Date on the paper form. The deadline has passed to use ID.me to verify your identity.
Where do I go to certify for Edd benefits?
You can also certify for benefits using EDD Tele-Cert SM, request copies of your 1099G tax information, and find your local America’s Job Center of California SM. Important: SDI Online is the fastest way to file and get information about your Disability Insurance (DI) claim.