Learn About the Michigan Unemployment Office

Find Michigan Unemployment Contact Information

Information about unemployment in Michigan begins with the Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA). UIA is the unemployment office that is in charge of collecting taxes from employers in order to fund insurance benefits for enrollees. Residents of Michigan may contact the unemployment office in Michigan to apply for unemployment benefits, which include more than financial help. Unemployment benefits include financial aid for citizens and legal non-citizens in times of economic upheaval as well as reemployment services. Unemployment information regarding nonfinancial benefits extends to things such as retraining and re-education.
Residents should contact the unemployment office in Michigan if they have recently lost employment, seen reduced job hours or are working only on a temporary basis. Military veterans recently back in civilian life might also want to speak to a representative about unemployment information specific to former service members such as reason for discharge and other eligibility factors. The UIA unemployment office will help residents apply for benefits and guide them through the application process. Benefits are awarded a few ways, which the unemployment office will specify when an applicant is approved for unemployment insurance.

Find Michigan Unemployment Resources

Contact information about the unemployment office in MI is available below:

How to File a New Report or Reopen a Claim


By Phone:
Toll-free: (866) 500-0017
TTY callers (hearing impaired): (866) 366-0004

For Protests:
FAX: (517) 636-0427

Unemployment Insurance Agency
PO Box 169
Grand Rapids, MI 49501-0169

For Appeals:
FAX: (616) 356-0739

Unemployment Insurance Agency
PO Box 124
Grand Rapids, MI 49501-0124

Unemployment Insurance Agency
3024 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48202

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