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The maximum amount that you can receive weekly in Nevada is $398. The maximum amount you can claim is up to 26 weeks. However, with the federal extensions that were put into place, there are currently 4 tiers and state extended benefits that you could potentially be eligible for, providing the federal government decides to keep extending the time in which you can apply for those benefits.
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