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Release of Warrant of Lien

Descargo de Orden Judicial de Gravamen

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Why was this letter sent to me?

This letter was sent to inform you that a Warrant of Lien that had been filed against you has been removed.

What does this letter mean?

This letter means that the department has received and processed the payment you made and that the Warrant of Lien that had been filed against you is being removed. A copy of the same letter was sent to the County Clerk’s office for their records keeping. The county will then return the cover letter attached to this correspondence along with recording information to the department for record keeping.

What do I do next?

You should keep these documents in a secure place for your records.

Where am I in the claims or tax process?

Because you have made a payment in full of the amount you owed the department, and the Warrant of Lien has been released, you may now done with the collections process. You should keep any documents for your records.

Who should I contact if I have any questions?

You can 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. English and Spanish-speaking Customer Service Agents are available to assist you.

You can also access claims information online at www.jobs.state.nm.us. All individuals receiving Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits are required to log into the New Mexico Workforce Connection Online System (www.jobs.state.nm.us) first in order to access the UI Tax & Claims System. UI claimants are required to maintain usernames and passwords for both the online jobs system (www.jobs.state.nm.us) and the UI Tax & Claims System.

¿Por qué recibí esta carta?

Usted recibió esta carta para informarle que una Orden Judicial de Gravamen que se había presentado en su contra, ha sido retirada.

¿Qué significa esta carta?

Esta carta quiere decir que el departamento ha recibido y procesado el pago que usted hizo y que la Orden Judicial de Gravamen que se había presentado en su contra ha sido retirada. Una copia de esta misma carta fue enviada a la oficina del Secretario del Condado para que la mantengan en sus registros. El condado entonces regresará la carta de presentación incluida con esta carta, con información de registro al departamento para que se mantengan en los expedientes.

¿Qué hago ahora?

Usted debe guardar estos documentos en un lugar seguro para sus registros.

¿En dónde estoy en el proceso de reclamos o de impuestos?

Porque usted ha realizado un pago completo de la cantidad que le debía al departamento, y la Orden Judicial de Gravamen ha sido retirada, es posible que usted haya terminado con el proceso de recaudación de deudas. Usted debe guardar cualquier documento para sus registros.

¿A quién debo contactar si tengo alguna pregunta?

Usted puede ponerse en contacto con un Agente de Servicio al Cliente en el Centro de Operaciones de Seguro de Desempleo llamando al 1-877-664-6984, de lunes a viernes desde las 8:00 de la mañana hasta las 4:30 de la tarde. Agentes de Servicio al Cliente están disponibles para ayudarle en inglés y español.

Usted también puede encontrar más información acerca de reclamos por Internet en www.jobs.state.nm.us. Es requerido que todas las personas recibiendo beneficios de Seguro de Desempleo entren y se registren dentro del Sistema de Conexión de la Fuerza Laboral de Nuevo México (www.jobs.state.nm.us) primero para obtener acceso al Sistema de Impuestos y Reclamos de Seguro de Desempleo. Reclamantes de Seguro de Desempleo deben mantener los nombres de usuario y contraseñas tanto para el sistema de trabajos por Internet (www.jobs.state.nm.us), como el Sistema de Impuestos y Reclamos de Seguro de Desempleo.

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