The Nevada unemployment login page on UI.NV.gov is used to file online claims by employers and claimants setup in the state insurance benefits system.
A self-service website from the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation offers a program for those affected by job loss.
The page for your Nevada unemployment login is at http://ui.nv.gov/css.html where a username will be required to continue a claim or file a new claim online.
DETR’s mission is to provide Nevada’s businesses with access to a qualified workforce and benefits to the unemployed. If you have problems using the filing system, please call your local office at the 1-888-890-8211 phone number.
Office hours for UI benefit representatives run Monday to Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM in PST. Additional help resetting a lost password or forgotten username is found below in the resources section.
While the web service runs 7 days a week and 24 hours for every day, on occasions you may experience a delay in access from peak usage. If this happens to you and your sign in is not working, try waiting 20 minutes and try again.
Benefits issued are funded by employer contributions and not from a workers wage amounts. Claims become available during the week a claim is filed.
Insurance coverage, payments, and a Nevada unemployment login are available to workers who have lost their job due to no fault of their own.
1099G tax forms, payment status updates, tax withholding options, and change of payment methods are all updated inside your account once logged in. UI debit card is a prepaid VISA card where your benefit payment will be credited to.
Claims will require your SSN, name, address, phone number, and employment dates for the previous two employers you worked at. This information applies to a new claim and reopened claims.
Resources include help with a PIN, claimant unemployment handbooks, employment services and job placement, online filing of claims, regulations and statutes, and using your Nevada unemployment login online.