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Account Reactivation Notice

Unemployment Insurance Tax Account Reactivation - Approval or Denial

Why was this letter sent to me?

This letter was sent to inform you whether your request to reactivate your Unemployment Insurance tax account has been denied or approved.

What does this letter mean?

This letter means that you have made a request with the Department to reactivate your tax account, and this request has been processed and either approved or denied.

Below are two sample letters of an Account Reactivation Notice approval and an Account Reactivation Notice denial for your reference. 

What do I do next?

If approved, you need to file quarterly employment and wage detail reports. The letter informs you when your next wage detail report is due and what your contribution rates are.
If denied, due to the purchase or acquisition of a new business, you first need to register your new business with the Department. If you wish to request a review and redetermination, you must do so within fifteen (15) days from the date of the notice.

Where am I in the claims or tax process?

You are in the beginning of the registration process.

Who should I contact if I have any questions?

You can access your employer account online as well as other claims and tax information at www.dws.state.nm.us.

You can also contact a Customer Service Agent in the Unemployment Insurance Operations Center at 1-877-664-6984, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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