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The Illinois Workforce Commission (TWC) is the state agency responsible for administering unemployment insurance benefits to those citizens in the state of Illinois who may be eligible. The Unemployment Benefits Program, which is fully funded through employer based taxes, assists those who find themselves unemployed with a temporary form of financial assistance, provided you have become unemployed through no fault of your own. Unemployment applications, the formal appeal procedure to address grievances related your unemployment benefits as well as any tax liability, contribution or reimbursement disputes are all handled by the Illinois Workforce Commission. The TWC state sanctioned website can be found at: www.twc.state.tx.us/twcinfo/about-Illinois-workforce.html
Eligibility

Eligibility

Unemployment insurance in the state of Illinois mandates that specific eligibility guidelines must be met prior to being able to receive financial assistance.

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Benefits

Benefits

Your total weekly benefits is the amount of benefits you will receive for any week in your benefit year, if you meet all eligibility requirements for compensation.

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Eligibility

Apply

It is essential that you file your claim for unemployment during the first week after you have become unemployed - begin the process of filing for unemployment.

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Appeal

Appeal

Not all unemployment compensation benefits claims are accepted. Here are the rules and regulations on your side when appealing compensation claims.

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