New Mexico Unemployment
Capital: Santa Fe
State abbreviation/Postal code: N.M./NM
Nickname: Land of Enchantment (1999)
Origin of name: From Mexico, “place of Mexitli,” an Aztec god or leader
Land area: 121,356 sq mi. (314,312 sq km)
Geographic center: In Torrance Co., 12 mi. SSW of Willard
Number of counties: 33
Largest county by population and area: Bernalillo, 603,562 (2005); Catron, 6,928 sq mi.
The Unemployment Insurance Bureau of the state of New Mexico has set-up some guidelines for its unemployed workers on how to get temporary aid for joblessness through no fault of their own. Here are the following conditions:
1. A claimant must not have lost his/her job through no fault of his/her own but under favorable reasons.
2. Monetary eligibility for claimants is determined by their base period of which applicant must have acquired wages in the first four of the last five completed quarters at the time of filing.
3. Must be physically and mentally able to work, can work full-time and is available to work when required.
These are just some of the salient information that you may have to know about the eligibility requirements for unemployment insurance benefits. For more updates and tips on getting suitable employment quicker, simply fill-out the form on this page.