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In order to be eligible for Illinois unemployment benefits you must meet the following standards: You must meet the wage requirement by having earned enough wages from an employer covered by the unemployment law in the past 18 months. You must be unemployed through no fault of your own.What are the unemployment benefits in Illinois?
Unemployment benefits are temporary income given to those who are unemployed through no fault of their own. Although many states pay unemployment weekly, there are several that prefer paying biweekly, including Illinois. Illinois unemployment benefit payments are distributed on a biweekly basis through direct deposit or a prepaid debit card.How do you apply for unemployment benefits in Illinois?
Apply in Person. Visit your local Illinois Department of Employment Security office or an Illinois Work Net Center to file for unemployment benefits in person. To find a location near you, use the Illinois Department of Employment Security website: benefits.ides.illinois.gov/File4UI/Benefits/.