Unemployment insurance (UI) forms are a simple way to check if you are currently in the country or have left the country, so the Government is keen to find a way to keep people in the job market.
But there are still many hurdles to overcome before the forms become a widespread feature in India.
To verify a job seeker’s status, they need to go to a bank branch in the state or country where they were issued the employment authorization document (EAD).
The EAD is a document that shows the person is not working, and also the type of employment.
For example, a job-seeker in Tamil Nadu, India’s third largest state, may need to show that he has not worked for at least five years.
If he or she is not issued an EAD, the person will be unable to get an unemployment benefit.
The Government has made the employment verification forms a compulsory part of the job seeker verification process, which means that they are not optional.
The EID form is issued by the Department of Employment (DEE), which administers unemployment insurance.
The form is mandatory for job seekers in the whole country.
It is also a mandatory requirement for job applicants from India’s biggest states and territories to have an EID.
The state and territory departments of employment also have the option to waive the requirement of the EID if a job applicant can prove that he or her application for unemployment benefits has been processed in a timely manner.
The government also plans to require job seekers to submit their EID by November 2017, and the EAD form will be available in every bank branch across the country.
However, the process to fill out the form will take at least four weeks.
“In many cases, the EDA forms will have a question mark, which indicates that the person was unable to answer it,” said K. Ramesh, an economist with the Institute of Development Economics (IDEA), a Delhi-based think tank.
“The EID will be made mandatory for the entire country,” he said.
The employment verification processIn the process of filling out the EUD, the applicant must show the following information:His or her name, address, and date of birth.
The amount of the unemployment benefit that the applicant has earned, or has received.
The date of application for the benefit.
If there are any documents related to the person, such as a letter or fax from the person’s employer, he or, in the case of a disability claim, the application was made in the person s behalf.
A sample of the employment identification formThe form also includes a letter of approval from the Employment Administration (EAA), the Department for Employment (DE), the National Welfare Department, or the Department on Disability (DOD).
The agency in charge of the verification will have to sign off the form on the signature line.
The final step is for the person to go into the bank branch to submit the form.
“When you go into a bank, the bank clerk will scan the EMD with their scanner, and if there are errors in the EOD, the check is done by the bank,” said Ramesha.
This process has been implemented by all the major Indian states and is now being followed by the Government in the entire Indian economy.
“The process of completing the EPD is done on the same day as the EAS form, so that people can get their EADs as soon as possible,” said N. V. Krishna, a member of the Department at the Ministry of Industrial Policy and Promotion (Moip).
The process is not uniform in the States and territories, however.
“If you have a job application that was processed in the last six months, you should have the EDS and the forms before you even go to the bank.
You will not get your EAD till you get your bank card.
This is the main reason why we have decided to roll out the system on November 1,” said Krishna.
According to the EADA, the minimum amount of money required to complete the EDP is Rs 5,000.
However the minimum payment is Rs 1 lakh, and for people who are not employed, the payment is only Rs 10,000 per year.