How long does unemployment insurance last in California at maximum rate?

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The normal benefit period is 12 to 26 weeks. They can add 1 week and Tier III would add another 13 weeks. If the state's unemployment exceeds 8.5% the Tier IV would add another 6 weeks. See the FAQ's in the Related Link below.
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