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Unemployment Information for Claimants and Employers

  1099-G forms (IRS Tax Form) are mailed out by January 31st directly to your address of record. Please note that your most recent 1099G may not be available on the website until 1-4 weeks after the original mailing occurs. Once available, you can view or print a copy of your 1099-G by logging in to your Claimant Self-Service (CSS) account and clicking on the View my 1099G link at the bottom of the Claimant Homepage under SMARTLINKS.
  Nevada Hardest Hit Fund -
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  Please Note, at this time there are currently no State or Federal Extension programs available. If you have exhausted your benefits, additional resources can be obtained through Nevada 211, or by visiting your local Nevada JobConnect office for re-employment services.
  Email Scam Alert The Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation (DETR) was informed of a recent email phishing scam. Be advised that DETR does not send emails requesting credit card information. Please click here to learn more about this scam.
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  Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 8:00pm
  The Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation offices and call centers are closed for all Federal and State holidays with the exception of Columbus Day.
  Due to regularly scheduled system maintenance, the Division’s computer system may at times be unavailable Wednesdays from approximately 5:00pm to 7:30pm, and Saturdays with varied outage times based on business need.
jail Unemployment insurance fraud is a crime in Nevada. 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.