What payment method was used to pay BWE 1/10/15?
What is the Resolution status for issue no 3498109?
Who entered a note on 07/01/19 at 3:55pm?
What is the account number of the bonafide employer on this claim?
What is the claim status of this claim?
What is the claimant's reason for separation from employer account 10010076? Reduction in
What reason prevented a payment from being issued for BWE 12/29/18? Denied-online work
What issue type is denied effective 02/24/19? Back Date:
Who created issue no 3070222?
Who completed issue no 3309837?
What claimant details were updated on 12/21/18, 05/30/19, and 06/08/19? State/Federal Tax
What did the claimant update her email to on 05/30/18?
What office did the claimant choose for his employment service office?
The claimant search and claim search have 4 items that are the same as a required field, what is the additional required item on the claim search screen? Claim
What date and time was the AA: Online Work Search DFF completed (Response Rec)? 02/12/2019
What employer did the claimant work for in the 1st qurarter of 2018? College of
On what date did the claimant update her middle initial?
What is the certification status of the week certified on 01/14/19? Waiting
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