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Who is eligible for the LWA program?

New Mexico must follow the federal guidelines for this program. Eligible individuals include recipients whose weekly benefit amount is at least $100 per week in the following unemployment-related assistance programs:

  • Unemployment Insurance or Compensation (state benefits)
  • Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (13 weeks federal extension)
  • Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (federal self-employed unemployment)
  • Extended Benefits

In addition, individuals must self-certify that they are unemployed, or partially unemployed, as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

What time period does the LWA program cover?

Funding is limited to those who received an unemployment benefit for the time period of July 26, 2020, through September 5, 2020, and are determined eligible for the additional $300 LWA stimulus payment.

Do I need to submit an application for the LWA program?

No, there is not an application for the LWA program. Funding is limited to those who received unemployment benefits for the time period of July 26, 2020, through September 5, 2020, and meet the self-certification requirements to be eligible for the additional $300 LWA payment.

Under the LWA program, how much money will individuals be eligible for each week, and for how many weeks?

For the state of New Mexico, an eligible individual could receive a $300 supplemental benefit in addition to their weekly unemployment benefit. New Mexico has been approved for six weeks of payments, beginning July 26, 2020, through September 5, 2020.

The LWA program has a limited budget, so the length of time the LWA program is available, the amount that is paid out, and to whom will be determined by the number of participating states, the number of payments that go out, and how quickly the limited federal funds are exhausted.

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