Residents facing problems with unemployment claims will soon be able to get help in person, the Department of Labor and Labor Development said on Thursday.

The agency will begin offering limited unemployment benefits on March 28 at a dozen designated single career centers. This service will be for those who have difficulty using mobile or online technology. Applicants must make an appointment and will require a preliminary examination.

Labor Commissioner Robert Assara-Angela said in a statement that the department “has always sought to serve the largest number of applicants in the shortest possible time.”

Unemployment benefits offered before the pandemic will be restored to all Single Window career centers, and residents will be able to sign up for services such as resume writing, vacancies, interview training and virtual training classes.

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