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Physical Address
401 Broadway NE
Albuquerque NM 87102
Mailing Address
PO Box 1928
Albuquerque, NM 87103

Unemployment Insurance Claims Self-Service Options and Operations Call Center 1-877-NM4-MYUI (1-877-664-6984)

Department Phone

Office of the Secretary

505-841-8405
Fax 505-841-8491
Public Information Officer 505-841-8450
Human Resources Bureau 505-841-8629
Economic Research & Analysis Bureau 505-383-2729

Inspection of Public Records Act

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Employment Services Division

505-841-8437
Foreign Labor Certification 575-546-0192
Trade Adjustment Assistance 505-841-8715
Apprenticeship 505-841-8565
Work Opportunity Tax Credit 505-841-8444
Federal Bonding Program 505-841-8444
Rapid Response 505-841-9393

Unemployment Insurance Division

 
Customer Service - Claims and Tax 1-877-664-6984
Claims and Tax Fax 505-841-8636
Appeals 505-383-2700
Appeals Fax 505-841-8636
Unemployment Fraud Investigations 505-243-7283
Overpayments/ Collections 1-877-664-6984
Form 1099s-G Hotline 505-841-8069

Administrative Services Division

 
Fax 505-841-8421
Procurement 505-841-8655
Grants 505-328-9066

Labor Relations Division

 
Public Works 505-841-4400
Child Labor and Work Permits 505-841-4400
Human Rights Bureau 505-827-6838
Albuquerque 505-841-4400
Fax 505-841-4424
Las Cruces 575-524-6195
Fax 575-524-6194
Santa Fe 505-827-6817
Fax 505-827-6878
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