The UC Amnesty Program was established to give eligible claimants and employers an opportunity to make payments on delinquent accounts at a reduced rate, satisfying their liability and preventing any additional penalties or action.
The Amnesty Program runs from July 1, 2017 until September 30, 2017. After this date, amnesty will no longer be granted. Please note, this is not an annual occurrence but rather, state legislation enacted in an effort to help restore the fund and maintain the Commonwealth's ability to administer unemployment benefits to those in need.
Eligible parties will receive mailed notices with instructions on how to participate in the program. If you did not receive a notice, but believe you have an overpayment or payment due, and would like to take advantage of the UC Amnesty Program, complete the applicable form below.
Review the Frequently Asked Questions for answers to many of the questions you may have regarding the UC Amnesty Program.
- Individual Claimants - For individual claimants, the program applies to all fault UC and extended benefit (EB) overpayments and all non-fault UC overpayments established on or before December 31, 2016.
- Employers - The program applies to contributory employers who owe UC tax contributions that were due on or before the 3rd Quarter of 2016 and reimbursable employers who owe benefit charge reimbursements due on or before October 31, 2016.
Make a Payment
When you are ready to make a payment, please choose one of the payment options below. Once your payment is completed, be sure to retain copies for your records.
*Important Note to Claimants - You will need your PIN to enter the secure payment portal. If you no longer have it, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page for instructions on how to recover it. If you would prefer to mail a payment, the FAQ's page will provide instructions on how to do so.
Additional information on the UC Amnesty Program can be found by reviewing the Amnesty Guidelines.