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Using the Online System:
  How do I obtain access to the Online New Hire Reporting features?
      Most Connecticut employers are already registered with the Department of Labor for Unemployment Insurance (UI) purposes. The UI# (XX-XXX-XX) and Password that were issued to you for those purposes also act as the User ID and Password needed to access this New Hire Reporting System. Your UI# and Password can be found on your Quarterly Contribution Return (Conn. UC-2).
      Employers who are exempt from Unemployment Insurance coverage, and therefore not required to register with the Department of Labor, must Register for access to this New Hire Reporting System.
  When trying to access the Login Page, I get a message that "Certificate Authority is Expired". What does this mean?
  I don't know if I submitted a new hire, or I think I may have made an error in reporting a new hire. Can I view the new hires I previously submitted?
  I already submitted a new hire and I now discover that an error was made in the information I submitted. How do I correct this error?
  If I report a new hire via the Internet, do I need to follow up with a paper copy?
  Why can't I report a New Hire that is more than 180 days old? I was reviewing our records and discovered I forgot to report a New Hire.
  Why can't I have an additional UserID and Password assigned for my company for reporting New Hires?
  Why must I register for Unemployment Insurance (UI) purposes before I can report New Hires?
  What are the requirements and file format for submitting files via FTP?
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