We’re glad you inquired. However, it looks to us like the information you provided indicates your current unemployment matter is not a good fit for representation by an Oklahoma Unemployment Expert.
While we seldom make determinations about whether we can represent your factual claim of eligibility, we review inquiries for timeliness and their current status in the unemployment application process. We assist clients whose unemployment claim has been denied and who still have an opportunity to appeal that denial. Your inquiry suggests your current unemployment matter does not meet that requirement.
We still want to help. Our Facebook group has at times been Oklahoma’s leading self-help social network for people facing unemployment challenges. We encourage you to check in there for peer support, job search tips and information about unemployment in Oklahoma.
Because your are interested in information about unemployment in Oklahoma, you are now invited to join our a Facebook group “Unemployed in Oklahoma.”
Get daily insights and tips about filing for unemployment in Oklahoma. Visit us on Facebook using the link below and get accepted to join this exclusive private conversation about being out of work and looking for work in Oklahoma. We hope to see you there.
- American Job Centers offer a range of free services to job seekers including training, career planning, and connections to job openings and local hiring events. The Job Centers are convenient to reach with nearly 2,500 locations throughout the U. S.
- Are you out of work due to a recent major disaster and looking for relief? You might qualify for Disaster Unemployment Assistance if you are unemployed because of the disaster. Your state unemployment insurance agency will have information on availability of assistance and instructions for applying.
- The Job Accommodation Network provides guidance on disability employment issues and identifies resources for people with disabilities to help secure a job. The U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) also provides information on how to check eligibility and apply for disability benefits.
- Job Corps, administered by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), provides skills training and services, such as career counseling, room and board, and basic medical care, to help young people find meaningful employment. If you are between the ages of 16 and 24 and meet low-income requirements, you may be eligible to enroll in the program.