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The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) is the state agency responsible for administering unemployment insurance benefits to those citizens in the state of Texas who may be eligible. The Unemployment Benefits Program, which is fully funded through employer based taxes, assists those who find themselves unemployed with a temporary form of financial assistance, provided you have become unemployed through no fault of your own. Unemployment applications, the formal appeal procedure to address grievances related your unemployment benefits as well as any tax liability, contribution or reimbursement disputes are all handled by the Texas Workforce Commission. The TWC state sanctioned website can be found at: www.twc.state.tx.us/twcinfo/about-texas-workforce.html
Eligibility

Eligibility

In order to be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits in the state of Texas, there are three basic qualifying requirements you must fulfill: ongoing availability and work search, your past wages and your last job separation.

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Benefits

Benefits

The total amount of assistance you can expect to and will receive during your "benefit year" is based upon historical averages. Your weekly benefit amount will generally fall within a specific range, depending upon your situation.

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Eligibility

Apply

To apply for unemployment benefits in the state of Texas, you can file either online or by calling the state Tele-Center. There is a wide variety of information you will need to have on hand to complete the application process.

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Eligibility

Appeal

You can file for your appeal of the state's decision regarding your unemployment insurance benefits at your nearest Texas Workforce Solutions office, by mailing or faxing your appeal letter to the Appeals Department, or filing an appeal online.

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