Individuals: Forms and Publications
Some of the most frequently used forms and publications by individuals are provided below. Click here for more forms for individuals.
When workers are laid off for a period of seven days or more or are separated from the payroll for any reason, employers are required to provide them with a copy of this publication (Pub CLI111L).
This form (ADJ034F) is used to record work search efforts by UI claimants. Be sure that all requested information is provided. Failure to do so may result in a denial of benefits.
This handbook provides detailed information about applying for unemployment benefits. Mistakes in filing claims can delay payment of benefits, at times a week or more, because instructions are not followed (CLI105L).
This 2-page document summarizes essential information about unemployment insurance benefits, including the requirement to register with Illinois’ Employment Service system and work search requirements (BRI - CLI100L).
To change the withholding status on on an individual's current unemployment claim, complete the TAX-2 form, sign and fax or mail the form to IDES (Form BPP009F).
This form is used by IDES to collect information about why an individual quit his/her job. The information provided will be used for the purpose of determining eligibility for unemployment benefits (Form ADJ002FC).
This brochure provides information about certifying for benefits over the phone. Once an Unemployment Insurance claim is filed, a claimant must then "certify" their eligibility every two weeks. Tele-Serve makes it easy.
IDES uses this form to collect information about whether a person employed by an academic institution is eligible for unemployment benefits. Form ADJ004FC
This form (ADJ024FC) is used by the claimant to appeal an adjudicator's Finding or Determination if they disagree with the UI Wage Finding, in cases where the person was denied benefits.
This is the application for referral to apprenticeship in a trade (AIC-589). Visit the IDES Apprenticeship program page, which includes a list of occupational skills, for more information. Rev. 4/1/21
If IDES has determined that a person was improperly paid benefits, the amount is called an overpayment and by law, the entire amount must be repaid. Many overpayments are due to fraud, and can result in significant penalties and prosecution. (BPC100L)
An overview of features and benefits of the free Career Information System offered by IDES.
You have requested that we backdate your claim to an earlier date. We need the following information to make a decision regarding your request.
IDES published the Illinois Unemployment Insurance Law Handbook (also known as the UI Law Handbook) in response to a need for a single, comprehensive, and updated legal resource.
This guidance is intended to help both employers and employees educate themselves about minimum required workplace safety requirements, as well as best practices to promote a safe and well-functioning workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic, and to provide guidance on some frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and the workplace.