The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity on Monday extended a deadline to request for disaster stagnation assistance — a module accessible to Sunshine State businesses and residents whose practice or self-employment was mislaid or interrupted as a approach outcome of Hurricane Irma — to Oct. 31.
The assistance is accessible to residents who do not validate for unchanging stagnation advantages and who worked or were self-employed or were scheduled to start work or self-employment.
They also have to accommodate one of a following criteria as a outcome of Hurricane Irma: are not means to work or perform services since of earthy repairs or drop to a place of practice as a approach outcome of a disaster; can't strech a place of practice as a approach outcome of a disaster; can't perform work or self-employment since of an damage caused as a approach outcome of a disaster; or became a breadwinner or vital believer of a domicile since a conduct of domicile died as a approach outcome of a disaster, a group said.
“Applicants contingency contention their Social Security number, compensate stubs and support to support a explain that they were operative or self-employed when a disaster occurred,” a group said. “In some cases, additional support might be required. To accept DUA benefits, all compulsory support contingency be submitted within 21 days from a date a DUA focus is filed.”
The assistance is accessible for a weeks of stagnation commencement Sept. 10 and durability by March 17, 2018, as prolonged as a individual’s stagnation continues to be a outcome of a disaster.
To record a claim, go to floridajobs.org or call 1-800-385-3920. Customer use member are accessible Monday by Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For claims information, call 1-800-204-2418 and select choice 2 to pronounce to a patron use representative.