Which Wisconsin workers got unemployment and what’s next?

The unemployment application process is getting more complicated this year.

A lot of states are starting to roll out new applications, but it’s still not enough to get the job applications you want.

Here’s what to know.

1.

Michigan: Workers with a valid Michigan driver’s license who receive a W-2 have to submit the application to the state.

Michigan workers with valid licenses and non-resident aliens can apply to be on a waiting list.

2.

Ohio: Workers without a valid driver’s or non-driver’s license with a W2 who receive their first paycheck may have to apply for an Ohio unemployment benefit, the Ohio Department of Labor said.

Ohio workers without a W4 or nonresident alien may also be eligible for the Ohio unemployment payment, the state said.

3.

California: Workers who received an application from the California Department of Finance may have another option.

Workers with valid California drivers licenses may also have the option to apply to receive a benefit in lieu of unemployment.

4.

Virginia: Workers may have the choice of applying for a benefit or unemployment benefits, according to the Virginia Department of Unemployment.

The benefit would be an amount equal to 25% of the median weekly wages, the department said.

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Michigan residents: Workers in Michigan can apply for unemployment benefits by going to the Michigan Department of Economic Opportunity website and clicking on the link that says, “Application for Unemployment.”

Workers in Indiana can apply by going on the website and going to “Apply for Unemployment” under the “Employment.”

Workers who have a valid ID in Michigan may apply for the benefits by clicking on “Apply” under “Jobseekers.”

Workers applying for benefits in Indiana must also submit proof of income, such as a paycheck, in addition to proof of legal status, such for the status of a non-immigrant, the Indiana Department of Employment and Economic Development said.

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New York: Workers applying in New York must also fill out a form and provide proof of employment, such proof can be a paycheck stub or other document showing proof of current status.

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Wisconsin: Workers eligible for benefits under the state’s Unemployment Benefits and Work Opportunity Act may apply to the Wisconsin Department of Job and Family Services.

Workers eligible to apply in New Jersey may apply by clicking here.

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Indiana: Workers not on the unemployment application may still be able to get a job.

Workers may still receive a job offer after the application process ends, according the Indiana Office of the Attorney General.

Workers who applied in Michigan and Ohio but didn’t receive a notification may still have the opportunity to receive compensation if the company is notified of their application, the office said.

9.

Illinois: Workers can still apply for a job in Illinois, although they must be on the state unemployment list.

10.

California workers: California workers may be eligible to get unemployment benefits in the state, according a California Department for Workforce Development statement.

11.

Pennsylvania: Workers looking to work in Pennsylvania may have an opportunity to apply after applying for unemployment, according an update from the state Department of State and Community Affairs.

Workers applying outside Pennsylvania may apply in the next two weeks.

12.

Texas: Workers still may be able receive benefits, though it may take several months.

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Nevada: Workers whose applications are still pending in Nevada may still get benefits.

Workers in Texas may also apply for benefits, the State of Nevada said.

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Michigan worker: Workers at the state level may still apply to get benefits, although there may be a longer wait.

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Wisconsin worker: Wisconsin workers who apply in person or by mail may have their application processed.

Workers at other levels may still use mail or online applications.

16.

Ohio worker: The Ohio Department for Labor is working on a plan to give workers who receive unemployment benefits a way to request their benefits without waiting for a response.

Workers can ask for benefits by contacting the agency and asking for an expedited review of their applications.

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Pennsylvania worker: Pennsylvania workers may still see a response to their applications by the end of the month.

Workers looking for benefits should send an email to [email protected] with the subject line, “Contact me,” and send an attachment to the office.