Then they switched to debit cards. People can seek out their local legal aid organizations. “We understand that the system may still be requiring them to enter employment history, which can be confusing when you are your own employer,” Simon-Mishel said. She added some people have already filed weekly claims where they reported their potential earnings incorrectly, because the term was not defined for them. I filed as such for PUA sometime last week, as my unemployment was deemed ineligible. It has been 3 weeks I have not got a determination from unemployment. Workers are encouraged to apply for PUA only if they are eligible. Cookies help us deliver our Services. For some, these claims are not available yet. My claim has shown "Unresolved Issues: Yes" since I first filed it but with no explanation or indication how to resolve it. Filing weekly claims is the only way to receive PUA payments. It then claimed me ineligible for PUA benefits and then put in an automated issue. My claim has shown "Unresolved Issues: Yes" since I first filed it but with no explanation or indication how to resolve it. That program has officially ended because funds ran out, but the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry stated Thursday that it would continue to pay eligible applicants retroactively for those five weeks. So, who knows?! Obviously I checked no. Unemployment is about your entire employment history, so if you were working part-time and filing for benefits, you’re required to report weekly earnings, even if it’s from a new job or in a different state. On my pua dashboard it is saying 1 unresolved issue. So if somebody has been waiting since March, April or May and have not heard from anyone, reach out to them. The eligibility issue was resolved in a mass system fix. I filed on 23rd . EB can only work by way of online claims. I've since filed two more times and each time I have gotten a benefit pay date and a transaction #, but to date I have only received one payment. I also have a unresolved issue on my account... what should I do? “The PUA system is set up with a self-certification model, so benefits come more quickly than regular unemployment,” Simon Mishel said. Regular unemployment compensation has also changed.