***On Tuesday, January 19th, the Department of Unemployment Assistance began issuing 1099-G documents for claimants.***
If you have received a 1099-G related to a fraudulent claim, please fill out the fraud reporting form:
Please note it may take up to four weeks for DUA to review the report and send you a corrected Form 1099-G via US mail. In addition, the claim will not impact your ability to collect unemployment should you need to in the future and no charges will be assessed to your employer (if applicable).
The resources listed below provide information on a wide variety of topics or departments. Your town's website can provide you with contacts at your town hall and keep you in the loop with what is happening in your community. State resources may be used to search for land records, access MassHealth, or file a claim with the attorney general. If you cannot find what you're looking for or need assistance, please reach out to the Mike right away at (508) 657-4688.
Registry of Motor Vehicles
State Ethics Commission
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
Worcester County District Attorney's Office
Norfolk County District Attorney's Office
Land Records – Register of Deeds
Office of the Attorney General
Congressman Jim McGovern – Blackstone, Millville, & Uxbridge
Congressman Joe Kennedy III – Bellingham