UI-19 Form & Electronic Submissions

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UI-19 Form & Electronic Submissions

Unread post by mcadam » 12 Mar 2010, 16:12

Hi there,

We make use of payroll software that generates the UI-19 database file, which I then submit monthly to the designated Declarations e-mail address. As a result, I no longer make use of the UI-19 form - I only have the payroll UIF reports.

Ex-employees who attempt to claim their UIF from the Department of Labour always requested a UI-19 form from the company - as instructed by the Department of Labour consultant they went to see. I usually give them a letter stating that the company makes electronic submissions and that they can contact me with queries.

I would like to assist the ex-employees as far as I can, and am unsure if I am handling the situation correctly. Could you please advise what the correct procedure is in this case: hardcopy UI-19 vs database file/payroll reports?

I look forward to your reply.

Mari Cilliers

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Re: UI-19 Form & Electronic Submissions

Unread post by Andrec » 12 Mar 2010, 20:11

You need to contact the Department of Labour directly. You may find the contact details of your local office on www.labour.gov.za
For information regarding online declarations please visit. https://www.ufiling.co.za
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Re: UI-19 Form & Electronic Submissions

Unread post by JolineG » 11 May 2016, 11:55

Good day mcadam

I have the same problem. Have you received an answer from the Department of Labour?

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