What Does Active Issues Mean On A Unemployment Claim?


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It means they are likely to ask you for more evidence or information before they are able to reach a decision over whether to accept or deny your claim.

You will need to bring the following documents with you when you apply for Jobseeker's Benefit:

•Your Personal Public Service Number
•Details of your availability for work and any efforts you have made to get work. For example, letters you have written to employers and any responses you have received
•Details of your income
•Details of your spouse/partner's income (if any)
•Details of your dependent children
•Your P45. This is a form you will receive from your last employer detailing tax/PRSI paid to date in the current tax year. You must either bring it on the date of your claim or (if unable to do so), to bring it in on the next day of attendance. Find out what you can do if your employer will not give you a P45.
•Your P60. This is a form given to you each year by your employer. It details your pay and tax paid for the relevant year. Find out what you can do if you do not get a P60 from your employer.
•Proof of your identity. You can provide evidence of your identity by showing your passport or your driver's licence.
•You may be asked to show evidence of your address. You should bring any of the following documents:
•Recent bills from utility companies such as electricity, telephone (landline or mobile), gas, cable television, waste charges etc.
•Recent statements/letters from banks, building societies, credit unions, credit card companies or other financial institutions
•Recent letters addressed to you from insurance companies, local authorities, government departments or the Revenue Commissioners
•Local authority rent book, mortgage or leasing agreement
Note: A recent document is one issued within the last two months. All documents must be originals, not photocopies.

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