Filing a Wage Protest UB-217
After examining your Wage Statement UB-107, if you find earnings are missing, have incorrect amounts or wages listed that you did not earn, immediately file a wage protest. You also need to include copies of your 2019 W2's (as you are filing in 2020) and any available pay stubs for the first time period listed in "Section E" of your wage statement. If more information is needed, you will be notified. If you receive benefits based upon wages not earned by you, you will be liable for repayment and possibly face other penalties.
Wages earned in periods of time that are not within the quarters shown on your Wage Statement have no bearing on your eligibility and therefore should not be included in your wage protest.
To file a Wage Protest, complete the Wage Protest Form UB-217-C and save or print the document. To submit the form, along with supporting documentation:
- Attach the completed form to an email addressed to [email protected]; or
- FAX the completed form to (602) 532-5564.
In order for benefits due to be paid in a timely manner, it is recommended that you file a wage protest within ten (10) working days of the statement date on your Wage Statement. Continue to file weekly claims as instructed while action is pending.
If you have further questions regarding the wage protest process, email [email protected]