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Posted By admin On 21/11/21

The CARES Act

On Friday, March 27, the President signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) into law. As guided by the Department of Labor, these are the various programs available to eligible Nevadans under the CARES Act.

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)

But the grant toward administrative costs could be disbursed to states like Nevada up to 60 days after the bill was signed into law Friday, according to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. The driver’s license or identification card application you are submitting will cause any driving record from your previous State to be transferred to Nevada and will show as surrendered. NRS 482.385 requires you to register each vehicle you own and operate. Driving Record Terms: H—R Infraction. An infraction is a minor offense that can be resolved by paying a fine to the state. Receiving a ticket for parking in a “no parking' zone would be an example of an infraction. Nevada: Modified comparative: N.R.S. § 41-141: Plaintiffs cannot recover compensation if they are found 51% or more at fault. New Hampshire: Modified comparative: N.H. § 507:7(d) Plaintiffs cannot recover compensation if they are found 51% or more at fault. New Jersey: Modified comparative: N.J.S.A.

Unemployment support for otherwise ineligible workers, including self-employed.

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Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC)

13 additional weeks of benefits for regular unemployment insurance exhaustees.

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Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC)

An additional $600 added to each week of unemployment insurance or Pandemic Unemployment Assistance.

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Lost Wages Assistance
(LWA)


An additional $300 added to each week of Unemployment Insurance (UI) ...

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Unemployment filing procedural waiver

May-02-2020

Suspend Work Search Waiver

As instructed by the Governor, DETR's Employment Security Division, has waived work search requirements beginning 03/15/20 for all claimants in acknowledgment of the unavailability of unsuitable work resulting from the Covid19 public health crisis temporary shutdown of non-essential businesses.

Additionally, claimants will not be required to register for employment services in-person at Nevada JobConnect Offices or any other local employment offices within their area until these offices have reopened. Out of state claimants will not be required to register for employment services in their state until further notice. (NRS 612.375, NAC 612.170).

May-02-2020

Suspend Waiting Period

As instructed by the Governor, the 7-day waiting period (i.e., the waiting period of time between applying for and receiving unemployment insurance benefits) has also been suspended to ensure claimants receive their benefits as quickly as possible.

May-02-2020

Able & Available Issues

An Administrative action has been put into place to resolve or remove most Able & Available issues created beginning 03/15/20. While not all issues will be resolved, those that are cleared and have no other issues requiring adjudication on the claim will be allowed to proceed with processing and payment on the claim.

May-02-2020

Deductible Income Issues

Claims with a Deductible Income issue will not be paid for a one-week period beginning the effective date of the claim. Issues will still be adjudicated and adjusted accordingly, including any FPUC payments that the claimant may be entitled to, and payments will be paid starting the second week of the claim, if all other eligibility requirements are met. This action affects deductible income issues including separation pay issues such as vacation pay, severance pay, wages in lieu and paid vacation. This action does not apply to pension pay issues as these issues do not fall within the separation pay category.

Important Information

For Claimants

How to bypass the Weekly Work Search Activity Page and other claimant specific information

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For Employers

Employer Frequently Asked Questions and COVID-19 and other employer specific information

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Additional Resources

Helpful Information and sites
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This program provides unemployment insurance benefits support for otherwise ineligible workers, including self-employed. PUA is available retroactively from February 2, 2020 through December 26, 2020 and provides up to 39 weeks of benefits to qualifying individuals who do not qualify for regular unemployment insurance (UI), Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) or State Extended Benefits (SEB) but are otherwise able to work and available for work except they are unemployed, partially unemployed, or unable or unavailable to work due to a COVID-19 related reason. Benefits are payable for weeks you were previously out of work, even if you have since returned to work.

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  • This program began accepting claims on Saturday, May 16, 2020. Click here for updates and further details on how to file (add click box w/link to PUA page)

Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC)

This program provides an additional 13 weeks of regular unemployment insurance benefits for eligible claimants whose claims have been exhausted (i.e., all eligible unemployment insurance funds have been paid out).

  • This program has been implemented effective May 10, 2020. Click here for further details on how to file (add click box w/link to PEUC page). PEUC page should be revamped to match the PUA page.

This program provides an additional $600 to each week of regular unemployment insurance benefits or to the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program weekly insurance benefits (PUA) for otherwise ineligible workers (see next paragraph for further details). FPUC benefits to eligible claimants will be paid for the period starting the week ending April 4, 2020 thru the week ending July 25, 2020 for a total potential of 17 weeks, based on each claimants’ eligibility.

  • This program has been implemented effective April 12, 2020. Click here for further details on how to file (add click box w/link to FPUC page). FPUC page should be revamped to match the PUA page.
May-02-2020

As instructed by the Governor, DETR's Employment Security Division, has waived work search requirements beginning 03/15/20 for all claimants in acknowledgment of the unavailability of unsuitable work resulting from the Covid19 public health crisis temporary shutdown of non-essential businesses.

Additionally, claimants will not be required to register for employment services in-person at Nevada JobConnect Offices or any other local employment offices within their area until these offices have reopened. Out of state claimants will not be required to register for employment services in their state until further notice. (NRS 612.375, NAC 612.170).

May-02-2020

As instructed by the Governor, the 7-day waiting period (i.e., the waiting period of time between applying for and receiving unemployment insurance benefits) has also been suspended to ensure claimants receive their benefits as quickly as possible.

May-02-2020

An Administrative action has been put into place to resolve or remove most Able & Available issues created beginning 03/15/20. While not all issues will be resolved, those that are cleared and have no other issues requiring adjudication on the claim will be allowed to proceed with processing and payment on the claim.

May-02-2020

Claims with a Deductible Income issue will not be paid for a one-week period beginning the effective date of the claim. Issues will still be adjudicated and adjusted accordingly, including any FPUC payments that the claimant may be entitled to, and payments will be paid starting the second week of the claim, if all other eligibility requirements are met. This action affects deductible income issues including separation pay issues such as vacation pay, severance pay, wages in lieu and paid vacation. This action does not apply to pension pay issues as these issues do not fall within the separation pay category.


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Driving records can be filled with unfamiliar terms. Find definitions to these driving record-related terms in our driving record glossary.

Driving Record Terms: A—G

Certified Driving Record

A certified driving record is issued, confirmed, and stamped by your state's motor vehicle management agency, and in most cases, cannot be obtained online. A certified driving record can legally be used to verify your driving record for jobs, insurance quotes, and court cases.

See: Driving Record; Non-Certified Driving Record

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Citation

A citation is a form requiring or summoning you to either go to court or pay a fine for charges law enforcement has brought against you.

See: Failure to Appear in Court; Infraction

Conviction

A conviction occurs when a judge or jury finds you guilty of a criminal charge.

See: Expunge

Driver's License

A driver's license is an official, government-issued document proving your legal right to drive.

Driver's License Check

A driver's license check is a search you can perform to determine if your license is valid or suspended.

See: Points; Restrictions; Revocation; Suspension

Driving Record

Your driving record includes your vehicle's registration status, description, and a compilation of traffic-related offenses. A certified driving record and non-certified driving record will contain the same information, though a non-certified driving record is not legally admissible for jobs, court cases, or insurance purposes.

Depending on which state you live in, “driving records' may be referred to by different names, including:

  • Driver records.
  • Motor vehicle records (MVR).
  • Vehicle records.
  • Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) records.
  • Driver history records.
  • Driving history reports.
  • Traffic records.
  • Driver's license records.
  • Driving record abstracts.
  • Licensed driver records.
  • Driver history abstracts.
  • Driver record reports.

See: Certified Driving Record; Expunge; Non-Certified Driving Record; Points

DUI/DWI

DUI stands for “driving under the influence'; DWI stands for 'driving while intoxicated. This is a misdemeanor or felony charge stemming from an arrest where you were suspected of driving with an illegal level of drugs or alcohol in your system. Use of the term varies by state.

See: Felony; Misdemeanor; Traffic Accident

Endorsement

Endorsements on your license give you legal permission to operate specialized vehicles like buses, trailers, and hazardous material transporters.

See: Restrictions

Expunge

To expunge a conviction from your driving record is to make it publicly inaccessible. There is usually a time period and/or petition process you must go through to request an expungement.

See: Driving Record; Felony; Misdemeanor

Failure to Appear in Court

A “failure to appear' is a charge that could be classified as either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the severity of your charges. If you fail to appear in court on the day appointed to your case, you could face increased fines or even arrest. This incident will show on your driving record until you fulfill your responsibility to the court.

See: Citation; Felony; Misdemeanor

Felony

A felony is a the most serious type of crime and is punishable by hefty fees, lengthy prison sentences or, in some states, death. Many serious traffic violations are felonies.

See: Expunge; Misdemeanor

Driving Record Terms: H—R

Infraction

An infraction is a minor offense that can be resolved by paying a fine to the state. Receiving a ticket for parking in a “no parking' zone would be an example of an infraction.

Misdemeanor

A misdemeanor is a classification of crimes that are typically less severe than felonies. Depending on your state's laws, several traffic violations may be classified as misdemeanors.

See: Expunge; Felony

Moving Violation

Nevada

A moving violation is classified by traffic laws being broken by vehicles in motion. Some examples include speeding, running a red light, and DUI.

See: DUI; Infraction; Non-Moving Violation

Non-Certified Driving Record

A non-certified driving recordis an unofficial copy of your driving history, lacking an official stamp from your state motor vehicle agency. Its main purpose is for personal review and is usually not accepted as a verifiable record for jobs, insurance quotes, and court cases. Many state motor vehicle agencies allow you to access your non-certified driving record online.

See: Certified Driving Record; Driving Record

Non-Moving Violation

A non-moving violation is classified by traffic laws being broken by stationary vehicles. Most parking tickets are non-moving violations.

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See: Infraction; Moving Violation

Points

In states that have a driver's license point system, points are a representation of the severity and accumulation of traffic violations on your driving record. More serious offenses receive more points, and with enough points your license could even be suspended.

See: Driver's License Check; Driving Record; Revocation; Suspension

Restrictions

Restrictionsrefer to codes that can be printed on your license to limit certain driving privileges.

Some examples include:

  • Daytime driving only.
  • Needs to wear corrective lenses (glasses).
    AND
  • Dates for when new drivers are allowed to drive other people.

See: Endorsements

Revocation

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A driver's license revocation is the termination of your driver's license. Once you are eligible, you must reapply for a new driver's license before legally operating a vehicle.

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See: Driver's License Check; Points; Suspension

Driving Record Terms: S—Z

Suspension

A suspension of your driver's license is a temporary complete restriction of your driving privileges. Your full driving privileges are typically restored after meeting specific criteria determined by the offense which caused the suspension.

See: Driver's License Check; Points; Revocation

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Traffic Accident

A traffic accidentis an incident involving motorized vehicles where a vehicle or vehicles or property are damaged and/or people are injured or killed.

See: DUI