The Delaware Department of Labor (Delaware DOL) works with ID.me to create a highly secure identity verification process that ensures you, and only you, will be able to access your benefits.
ID.me’s role in this partnership is exclusively regarding identity verification. ID.me does not approve unemployment claims or distribute funds to claimants. This article explains how to verify with ID.me for Delaware DOL.
About the verification process
ID.me’s next-generation identity platform meets the highest federal standards for online identity proofing and authentication. During the verification process, you will be asked to share your information.
How to verify
Follow the steps below to verify your identity.
1. Visit Delaware DOL
You may have received a letter or email from the Delaware DOL asking you to verify your identity:
- If you received an email, select the link provided and follow the prompts.
- If you received a letter, type the URL into your browser.
If you’re having trouble with the above options, go to Delaware DOL’s site, scroll down, then select Verify with ID.me.
2. Verify your identity
You can use the self-service verification method to verify your identity for unemployment benefits in Delaware. For steps to verify your identity, visit Verifying for state benefits and services.
If you can’t complete the verification process due to an issue with your documents, you will be routed to verify your identity over a video call.
After you verify
After you verify your ID.me account with the Delaware Department of Labor, DOL will review your application and will contact you with next steps for how to continue your claim.
Manage your ID.me account
After creating your ID.me account, you can also manage your account settings.
- Change or add email addresses to your account.
- Reset your password.
- If you can’t access your ID.me account email address, need to reset your password, or see an error message, visit I can't sign in to my account.
- Learn more about Getting started with multi-factor authentication.
- If you’re having trouble, visit Troubleshooting multi-factor authentication.