- All driver licenses scheduled to expire during the public health emergency are extended 60 days.
- Starting Monday, March 23, DMV offices will limit the types of in-person transactions. Driver license (DL) and ID card transactions (including IDs for voting) can be done in-person. Customers should use the Driver License Guide to complete their application and book an appointment. People without appointments needing a DL or ID will be served. Customers may need to wait to enter the office as social distancing will be in effect. See details and en español.
- No vehicle transactions will be handled in-person. All vehicle transactions can be done online, by mail, or with a third-party agent.
- Visit https://wisconsindot.gov for the latest updates
Appointments available via distance only. Current program participants are encouraged to connect with their career planners directly.
The Job Center is Closed to the Public!
Filing for Unemployment Insurance: dwd.wisconsin.gov/ui/ for information, videos, and to apply for unemployment benefits
Applying is a two-step process:
- Apply online the week you become unemployed
- File a weekly claim for each week you would like to receive benefit. Those without access to the internet may call (toll free) – (844) 910-3661
Call volume may be high, anticipate long wait times
Job Search Assistance:
Register on JobCenterofWisconsin.com
Create a resume
Search for jobs
View online workshops
Research labor market information
Email questions to JobCenterofWisconsin@dwd.wi.gov
To make an appointment for over the phone assistance with job searches, registering on JCW, or utilizing online tools, call (608) 789-5627
Job Center Staff will not be able to answer questions about specific UI claims. Please call UI for assistance at