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In-Person unemployment assistance in Louisville

Kentucky Labor Cabinet

Frankfort, KY - Kentuckians can make appointments for in-person unemployment insurance (UI) services that will be offered next week in Louisville to assist citizens while ensuring the safety of those needing assistance and limiting the spread of COVID-19.

Appointments can be made at

Kentuckians can schedule appointments for August 3 through August 7 in Louisville during the hours of 9amET to 6pmET Monday through Thursday and from 9amET to 1pmET on Friday. Kentuckians must have an appointment to be seen. It is not necessary to arrive before the scheduled appointment time. The Louisville in-person event will be at the following location:

UAW Local 862 Union Hall
3000 Fern Valley Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40213
Entrance to the UAW Local 862 Union Hall will be from Fern Valley Road. Parking will be available in lots on the side of the building and claimants will enter the building from the side entrance. Signage will be posted.

Claimants must bring two forms of identification, like their driver's license or other photo ID and social security card, for identity verification.

Kentuckians who need additional assistance with their unemployment insurance claims can also visit and use the Chat Now button or call (502) 564-2900.

This story was posted on 2020-07-30 09:24:02
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