Report New Jersey UI Address Change

 New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s online system is designed to help you claiming weekly unemployment insurance benefits. You need to provide the verification and contact details while filling the request such as legal name, SSN, date of birth, email address, residential address and phone number.

If you need to change your in-state telephone number or address, you must visit to access the page which allows you to update your information.


If you are a resident of NJ, you must provide one of the following:

  • Identification Card issued by New Jersey State
  • Driver’s License
  • Personal Identification Number from your Unemployment Insurance benefit claim

Out-of-state residents must have:

  • A valid PIN from their UI benefits claim

Online Application:

  • First, you have to visit njuifile.netlink to begin the application.
  • At resultant page, you will see a link states “Address/Telephone Number Change,” tap the link to continue.
  • Read valuable information given on next page and press the “Continue” button.

Let’s Get Started:

  • You must have an ID and Password on the website to continue.
  • Press the “Continue” button at the left-hand side of the page.
  • The link will take you to the page which lets you update your addresses and contact number.

Sign In:

  • To sing in you have to provide a valid user ID and password.
  • Click the “Sign In” button.


  • If you are new at this site, create your account first.
  • Press the “First Time User” link to proceed.
  • Enter your legal first name, initial/middle name, surname social security number and date of birth to confirm your identity.
  • Provide an email ID and a telephone number for valid contact.
  • Create online ID and password for your account.
  • Select and answer security questions and enter the code in CAPTCHA.
  • Tap the button “Create My Account.”

Other Methods:

  • You can inform address amendment by telephone or by mail when you file weekly unemployment benefits.
  • If you are requesting benefits over the phone, they will ask if you want to report a change of address and hand over your call to a team member to update your address if you have a new residence.
  • Follow the further instructions.
  • The company can schedule an interview with you to determine if you were eligible for work during your transfer if your new address is outside of the zone serviced by your apportioned office.
  • You must file a claim if you worked in New Jersey and had moved to another State.
  • For out-of-state requests, call at 1-888-795-6672.
  • If you qualified for remunerations already today, the system would not update your address up to the next day if you need to change it.

New Jersey Address:

  • You can update address at this time in the event you are moving within the New Jersey locality.
  • Non-New Jersey address:
  • Select “Report A New Address” option while filling for weekly benefits.
  • You can ask for changing by calling at 888-795-6672.


  • If you go to another state, you must file a claim to report the address change by calling at 1-888-795-6672.
  • A team member will service you in applying for benefits against New Jersey on an interstate basis.

Neighboring Locality:

  • Change your address by calling reemployment call center at the contact numbers if you transfer to a nearby address in Delaware, Pennsylvania, or New York within New Jersey’s traveling distance.

You Must Know:

  • The application will time out and result in your information loss in case your computer is vain for 30 minutes or more. If you leave your application for any cause before ending your address change, the complete information will remove from the system.
  • If you transfer within two years from the filing date, you still need to inform the organization of your address alteration to certify to collect any tax statements, amendment payments, or informational notifications by mail even if you are not requesting benefits.
  • You can refuse the new job and receive benefits in case the distance creates a gratuitous suffering or the work responsibilities or job hours change. A claims inspector will investigate your ins and outs for not moving and decide if you are entitled to benefits.

Contact Info:

If you have doubts and questions regarding unemployment insurance, you can contact the team member by fax at (609) 633-2884 or mail at Division of unemployment insurance, customer service office, PO Box 058, Trenton, NJ 08625-0058.

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