Nev. Admin. Code § 612.100 - Types of claims

Current through March 28, 2022

1. An initial claim is a certification of unemployment and notice of intent to claim benefits, if unemployment continues. This claim is the first claim filed in a series of claims. Initial claims are of three types:
(a) New claim;
(b) Additional claim; and
(c) Reopened claim.
2. A new claim is an application for a determination of eligibility and benefits, benefit amount and duration of benefits which certifies to the beginning date of a first period of unemployment in a benefit year or the continuance of a period of unemployment into a new benefit year.
3. An additional claim is a claim filed during the benefit year when a break of 1 week or more has occurred in the series of claims with intervening employment.
4. A reopened claim is a claim filed during the benefit year when a break of 1 week or more has occurred in the series of claims for some reason other than employment.
5. A certification to a week of unemployment for which benefits are claimed is a continued claim.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 612.100
Employm't Security Dep't, No. 21 § 3, eff. 4-1-57; A 4-15-72-NAC A 6-3-85; A by Employm't Security Div. by R199-05, 2-23-2006

NRS NRS 612.220, 612.455

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