Jobseekers may be unsubscribed from the Pôle emploi platform for one reason or another. This may be due to a new job, deregistration or a stable financial situation thanks to state aid.
On the other hand, it can also happen that a jobseeker who has already registered with Pôle Emploi seeks to re-register. This may be due to a breach of contract, redundancy or a return to unemployment, whatever the cause. In all these cases, the applicant seeks to re-register with Pôle Emploi.
To make the procedure easier for these applicants, Pôle emploi has set up a simple procedure. All these jobseekers have to do is fill in an online registration or re-registration form.
What are the steps involved in re-registering with Pôle emploi?
Re-registration with Pôle emploi is not automatic. Nonetheless, it has to be said that this state structure uses technology to reduce the number of steps involved for jobseekers.
It is no longer necessary to visit a Pôle emploi branch to re-register. The entire procedure can be carried out online. If you don’t have an Internet connection, you’ll need to go to a Pôle emploi branch. You must bring all the necessary documents for the procedure.
When you visit a branch, you can talk to an advisor. He or she will be able to tell you whether you are eligible for the various government grants available.
Re-registration with Pôle emploi is done online on the agency’s website. To access the agency’s home page, you need to enter the login details you were given when you first registered.
Once you’ve entered your login details, you’ll be able to fill in the re-registration form. When filling in the form, it will be necessary to include information relating to unemployment benefit claims.
You will be invited to an interview once you have completed these steps. When you go to the interview, you’ll need to bring your complete file and the various additional documents required.
If you don’t have an Internet connection, you can go to a branch to complete the Pôle emploi re-registration procedure. Of course, in this case, you need to have your file and supporting documents. If you visit an agency, you’ll find out what other assistance you’re eligible for.
What do I need to re-register with Pôle emploi?
You must attend an interview with a Pôle emploi advisor to finalize the re-registration procedure. To take part in the interview, you’ll need to bring certain documents with you.
You’ll need to carry with you: your bank statement, your curriculum vitae, your ID and a photocopy of your carte vitale. You’ll also need to bring documents proving your professional background.
At the end of the interview, the advisor will validate your application. This means that you are officially re-registered with Pôle emploi. So you can take advantage of the benefits and services offered by the state agency.
Pôle emploi: manual re-registration update
You’re forced tomake changes to the jobseeker listevery month. These can be modifications or renewals if there is no change in your professional situation.
This obligation is laid down in the French law on the freedom to choose one’s professional future. You should therefore promptly report any changes in your employment status. This is especially true if this change affects your availability and the rights granted to those who are unemployed.
Pôle emploi re-registration less than 6 months old
The procedure for re-registration after less than 6 months is straightforward. All you have to do is log on to the agency’s website. You will then be asked to fill in the various forms.
After this step, your re-registration is automatically completed. There’s no need for an interview here. If you don’t have an Internet connection, you can do this by calling 39 49. All they have to do is follow the instructions.
How do I re-register with Pôle emploi after being struck off?
It’s not enough to be unemployed to be eligible for Pôle emploi benefits. You need to show that you’re committed and really want to get back to work.
That’s why every jobseeker must regularly update his or her profile, proving that he or she is taking steps to find a job. If all these steps are not taken, the applicant will be automatically de-registered.
Striking off is possible if the jobseeker fails to comply with certain rules defined at the outset. If the applicant’s employment situation has changed in the meantime (i.e. become more stable), he or she can ” suspend ” benefits.
It is possible for a person who has been deregistered to contest this decision. The deregistered person has two months in which to do so. To contest delisting, the applicant must havesolid arguments.
If the deregistration is not justified, then the person can re-register with Pôle emploi. If a person has found a job, but hasn’t been employed for very long, it’s possible that he or she will re-register. All this in less than 6 months.
Pôle emploi has clearly simplified all these procedures. Today, it’s easy to register or re-register with just an Internet connection. To do so, the interested party is invited to fill in a form.
This document is available online on the Pôle emploi website. Once the document has been completed, the application is processed directly by the state agency.