HomePoliticsSISOLAK’S NEW TOUGHEN ID REQUIREMENTS FOR UNEMPLOYED Politics SISOLAK’S NEW TOUGHEN ID REQUIREMENTS FOR UNEMPLOYED April 8, 2021 This week, the Sisolak administration launched a new program requiring unemployed Nevadans to provide ID’s and other personal information proving their identity before they can receive future benefits. The new verification system is a requirement now under the Continued Assistance Act of 2020 to protect legitimate claimants, according to DETR. “Protecting eligible claimants and their data is one of our top priorities and partnering with ID.me aids the state in ensuring eligible claimants get access to unemployment benefits while combating unemployment fraud,” said Lynda Parven, administrator. 360 reached out to DETR requesting any pathway to getting unemployment benefits for those without any ID. Every Claimant must provide an ID to receive benefits after the extremely high incidents of fraudulent claims this last year. In fact, DETR signed a contract with the outside vendor http://ID.me to help process Claimant’s ID’s. Sisolak condemned Georgia’s new voter ID law just last week. Under Sisolak’s new rules, No ID, No unemployment money.