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If you are collecting New York State unemployment benefits and you move to New Jersey can you continue to collect New York unemployment benefits?
Yes, go to the website for out of state applicants. You can collect from any state as long as the majority of your work or enough of the work that is being used to calcu…late your unemployment wages is in NYS. Check their website or call. They will be able to help get you lined up.
if you are fired while on disability can you collect unemployment?
Answer: You file for unemployment from the "liable state" which collects the unemployment insurance from the employer you worked for. In this case, the "liable state" is New Y…ork. If you work 18 months only in New York, but live outside the state, you MUST file with New York. If you worked in 2 or more states, you can file in any of them, or even combine your earnings from several employers. See the Related Link below for more details.
You collect SSDI and was also working part time can you collect New York state unemployment insurance?
Just an FYI: When there's any change in status, you should contact the NYS unemployment ins. agency. Their number is listed on their website. While SSDI is not a financial-nee…d program, it assumes you are considered disabled enough not to either work or continue doing what you used to do when you collect it. In my situation, SSDI encouraged me to continue applying for jobs (I did) while I waited to be approved. However, once approved I notified NYS U.I. and they've requested I fill out a questionnaire/form describing why I can continue collecting unemployment while collecting SSDI. If you do not call them, they may ask to be paid back. If I can continue to collect U.I. (pending their review), I will notify SSDI of the payments I'm receiving. Unemployment insurance is generally based on State law. However, you can apply for and collect unemployment insurance benefits because SSDI is not a financial-need-based program, while unemployment is. Therefore your SSDI should not affect your eligibility for unemployment benefits in New York.
This depends on where you work and how your pay check is issued, ie which state your unemployment insurance is paid to. The state that INSURES you against unemployment is the …one that pays you. Do not confuse this with tax filing as you will file taxes in the state that you reside.Also relevant is the fact that you can move to another state after you turn unemployed and still collect your unemployment money from our earlier host state. Do bear that in mind.
There are times in which you can quit and still be eligible. See "Denial of Benefits -1.Voluntary Quit and Discharge" in the Related Link below.
Religious nonprofits have the option to not pay unemployment. If they choose not to pay then the employee cannot collect unemployment. If they do pay unemployment …to the state then the employee can collect. Nonreligious organizations do have to pay unemployment, but they can pay the state one of two ways. As a state tax rated employer (same as a for profit company) or as a direct reimbursurer. Referenced from www.chooseust.com
You collect from the state where you worked. I live in PA but I worked in MD. My money comes from MD. You may file for unemployment in Maryland, the "agent" state, but throug…h the interstate agreement, the "liable" state, New Jersey is responsible for making the actual payments
Yes. The specifics can be found in the Related Link below, under "What if I work Part time?"
Yes, providing you comply with the regulations of the state you worked in, New York, concerning moving while collecting benefits.
If you move from New York to Ct can you continue to collect your unemployment benefits from New York while you look or train for work in Ct?
Yes, as long as you continue to comply with New York's rules concerning continuing to receive the benefits.
To collect unemployment benefits, contact your local state employment security office, or its equivalent, to file your claim. The Social Security application needs to be throu…gh the local Social Security Administration's office, information can be found online.
No. You collect from the "liable state", in this case, New York, but you can file through Connecticut, as an "agent state", who would assist you with the claim.
You have to report it. Otherwise, you could face fraud charges.
You can't collect unemployment in New York if you are out on strike, for 49 days. You can collect it sooner if: 1) the labor dispute ends and you're still unemployed, or 2) th…e employer hires a replacement worker. See the Related Link below, the Handbook, page 11, item *3, for more details.
No. However, you may collect welfare and/or food stamps.