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If collecting you are collecing unemployment benefits in North Carolina and move to Pennsylvania can you still collect?

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Yes, but you have to file for unemployment in PA. Correction:
You cannot be paid by Pennsylvania, as they are not the "liable state" that collected the unemployment taxes from your former employer. Only North Carolina pays, but you can continue to collect from NC. You might contact the PA office to assist you through the interstate unemployment claims program, however.
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