Returning/Existing Claimants

ALERT: New work-search requirements are in place. You are now required to complete work-search activities every week to be paid benefits unless you are job attached and expect to return to your regular schedule by July 5.
View the new work-search requirements here.
Manage your existing claim, request payment, reset your password and change personal information. You will need to use the online system associated with the type of claim you have. Depending on the type of claim you have, your username and password will work only in the correct application.

Regular Unemployment Claimants

You filed a regular unemployment claim if you had at least $2,500 in W-2 wages in the last 18 months. 

You were sent a four-digit PIN to access your claim using the following services:

  • Request payment
  • Manage your unemployment claim
  • View your account balance
  • Update your address and personal information

  • Receive your unemployment benefit payments through direct deposit
  • Change back to the debit card

Reopen your claim if:

  • Have become unemployed again
  • Requested payment too early or late
  • Stopped filing for any reason (such as you started working again)
  • Need to report a new job separation

Are you waiting for your PIN?

Under normal circumstances, your PIN will be mailed to you the next business day after you file your claim. Due to the current high volume of claims, however, there has been a delay in processing those requests. If you have not received a PIN within 7 to 10 business days after filing your claim, please use this form to request a new PIN.

If you filed a new regular unemployment claim, but need to request that the effective date be moved back to when you stopped working, complete this request form.

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Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation

You may be eligible for Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) if:

  • You had a regular unemployment insurance claim and exhausted your benefits.
  • You are not currently working or are working fewer than 32 hours each week.
  • You do not have enough wages to sign up for regular unemployment benefits in Colorado or any other state.

Information about Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC)

  • Began on 03/29/2020. This is the first week that PEUC may be paid.
  • Ends on 12/26/2020. This is the last week that PEUC may be paid.
  • PEUC benefits are not automatic. In order to receive PEUC benefits, you must request payment through MyUI Claimant.


Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Claimants

You filed a Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) claim if you: 

  • Were self-employed, a gig worker or an independent contractor
  • Were otherwise not eligible for regular unemployment (no W-2 wages)

Log in as an Existing Claimant to:

  • Request payment
  • Manage your unemployment claim
  • Upload your tax documents
  • Change your payment method to direct deposit
  • View your account balance
  • Update your address and personal information