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By January 31, all 1099-Gs will be mailed out to individuals who had claimed Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits in the previous calendar year. The department urges claimants to review the address listed on their claim account for accuracy. In addition to receiving a hard copy in the mail, in January you will be able to log into the UI Tax & Claims System and view your 1099G. You can also print additional copies if needed.

Once logged in to the New Mexico Workforce Connection Online System , you can log in to the UI Tax & Claims System by clicking on “Unemployment Insurance” umbrella icon. After logging in to the UI Tax & Claims System, you can view your 1099-G by clicking on 'View Correspondence' on the menu on the left-hand side of the screen.

If you have a discrepancy on your 1099-G, have questions, or need information, you will need to contact a UI Customer Service Agent at 1-877-664-6984, Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m

If you have questions regarding your 1099-G please submit the form below to the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions.

1099 Inquiry Form
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