21665 Unemployment Office

Find 21665 unemployment offices, including state, federal, and department of labor offices. Unemployment offices provide information on unemployment eligibility and status, compensation, and filing weekly unemployment claims or benefits.


City of Alexandria û JobLink 1900 N Beauregard St Alexandria VA 22311 40.7 miles from 21665 703-746-5940


Arlington Unemployment Office 2100 Washington Boulevard Arlington VA 22204 41.3 miles from 21665 703-228-1400

South County SkillSource Center 8350 Richmond Highway Alexandria VA 22309 41.6 miles from 21665 703-704-6286

Alexandria Workforce Center û VEC 5520 Cherokee Avenue Alexandria VA 22312 45.0 miles from 21665 703-813-1300

Annandale Unemployment Office 7611 Little River Turnpike Annandale VA 22003 47.5 miles from 21665 703-533-5400

Georgetown Unemployment Office 20093 Sparrow Drive Georgetown DE 19947 50.2 miles from 21665 302-856-5230

Dover Unemployment Office 1114 South Dupont Highway Dover DE 19901 51.4 miles from 21665 302-739-5473

Farmville Unemployment Office 13370 Minnieville Road Woodbridge VA 22192 52.7 miles from 21665 703-897-0407

How are unemployment benefits funded?

The funding for unemployment benefits comes from a combination of federal and state unemployment insurance taxes. The taxes are paid by employers, and they are based on the amount of wages paid to employees. Some government employers and non-profit organizations are exempt from unemployment insurance taxes.

What is the process for applying for unemployment benefits?

Applicants should file for benefits as soon as possible after becoming unemployed. Most states allow applicants to file claims both in person or using an online application, though a follow-up interview is almost always required. Applicants should be prepared to provide basic contact and identity verification documentation, as well as earnings history and an explanation of how they became unemployed.

Can people receive unemployment compensation if their work hours are reduced by their employer?

If an applicant's work hours are reduced to less than full-time through no fault of their own, they may be eligible for unemployment compensation. In these cases, the applicant may only be eligible for a partial benefit.