Frequent question: How do I reopen My Service Canada Account?

How do I reactivate My Service Canada Account?

To reactivate your claim, you should visit the Service Canada website. Click on “Apply for Employment Insurance Benefits” in the menu on the right-hand side of the home page. Do not start completing your online application if you prefer to start a new claim. Instead, please contact us by calling 1 800-206-7218.

Can I reactivate EI claim?

Your new EI application will automatically be considered as an renewal claim if you have applied an EI benefits claim within the past 52 weeks, and there are still weeks payable to you left. The EI system will reactivate your existing claim and pay you at the existing weekly benefits rate.

How do I register my personal access code for Service Canada?

Call Service Canada at 1-800-277-9914 Monday to Friday between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm local time.

Use a personal access code (PAC)

  1. your Social Insurance Number (SIN)
  2. your parent’s family name at birth.
  3. your postal code if you are a Canadian resident or your country of residence if you are a foreign resident.
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How do I apply for EI after Cerb?

If you received the CERB through the Canada Revenue Agency

If you believe you might be eligible for EI, you can apply for EI benefits after the end of your last CERB eligibility period. Visit EI benefits and leave to determine which benefit is right for your situation and to apply online.

How do I check the status of my EI?

use My Service Canada Account (MSCA) to:

  1. view my current claim.
  2. view my past claims.
  3. view my payment information.
  4. view my EI messages.
  5. view my records of employment.
  6. view EI publications.
  7. obtain a copy of your T4E.
  8. update your mailing address and telephone number.

Can I extend my EI benefits?

0 Extension of benefit period. … EI benefits are not payable beyond the 52 week period, unless a claimant is eligible for an extension to their benefit period. The extension provides a longer period of time during which the claimant can receive the weeks of benefits to which they may be entitled.

Can I edit my EI application after submission?

After submission

You can view, but not directly update, your submitted application. To update your information, wait until you receive your acknowledgement of receipt (AOR) email before contacting us. … We cannot update your information until you get the AOR.

Is GCKey the same as CRA login?

Yes. You can use the same GCKey credential to access all available online services, with the exception of the CRA services. Using the same credential to access many services is convenient, as you don’t have to remember several username and passwords.

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How do I get my access code for EI?

To find your EI Access Code, log on to your MSCA account and select the view/change tab, under EI drop-down menu.

How do I open a GCKey account?

To register for a GCKey, go to the sign in page and click the “Continue to GCKey” button. Then, choose a user name and a password. It’ll ask you to create security questions. Keep a copy of this in a safe place in case you forget.

Do you have to pay back EI?

You do not have to repay your EI benefits if: your 2021 net income is less than $70,375; or. … However, if you received a combination of regular and special benefits within the same tax year, you may still have to repay a percentage of the regular benefits received.

What to do after EI runs out?

If you no longer qualify for EI

Once your EI benefit periods has ended, you must wait for the current CRB period to end before you can apply. You may receive $600 ($540 after taxes withheld) for a 2-week period.

Will I have to pay back Cerb?

No, the CERB is not a “loan” from the government that needs to be paid back automatically. It is a benefit from the Canadian government meant to help people get through the challenges of COVID—such as the loss of their jobs due to the pandemic. There is no such thing as a “CERB loan” to the CRA.