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Perguntas Frequentes

1How Do I Claim My Weeks On Florida Connect?

After you submit the first week, you will need to click the “Request Benefits” button to claim any additional weeks. You will be able to request benefit payment for each week available. You will be prompted to answer a series of questions for each applicable week.

2What Is The Official Unemployment Website For Florida?

You can access the application at If you don’t already have an open unemployment benefits claim, you should complete their application there.

3How Do I Contact Deo Florida?

Department of Economic Opportunity

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You may also call the main department phone line at 850-245-7105.

4How Do I Check The Status Of My Unemployment Claim In Florida?

Call the Claims Assistance hotline toll free at 1-800-204-2418 to speak with a program representative.

5Where Do I Go To File For Florida Unemployment?

Reemployment Assistance /Unemployment Benefits: (800) 204-2418 or Go to to access the online system to file an RA Claim, claim your weeks or access frequently asked questions. The online system is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

6Is Florida Unemployment Still Available?

Florida ended its participation in the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) program, the $300 per week supplemental FPUC payment, effective June 26, 2021, as part of DEO’s ‘Return to Work’ initiative.

7How Do I Set Up Unemployment In Florida?

Register With the Department of Revenue

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You can register for an account with the DOR either online or on paper. Once registered, you’ll be issued a reemployment tax (RT) account number. To register online, use the DOR’s online registration website. To register on paper, use Form DR-1, Florida Business Tax Application.