Good luck trying to squeeze any money out of Louisiana...even if you earned it legitimately, worked the qualifying periods and your employer paid everything for UI benefits. Louisiana will string you along for about 6-8 weeks telling you to keep filing and each week they will send you a letter stating that "there is an unresolved issue" with your claim. They will not tell you the issue, nor will they disclose what they are waiting on to you on the phone - if you can ever reach a live person that is - they have one phone number and I am convinced - one person that answers this phone line, which you will wait about 2 hours on hold if you have the patience, only to be told exactly nothing. After tellling you first 4 weeks, it will change to 6, then to 8 weeks, if you do not hear anything, you will be told to...call them back at that same number! Eventually you will get a letter (after filing every week & hoping you get benefits until you get another job at the new duty station). basically saying too bad, so sad, but that your spouse moving is just not a good enough reason for you to leave your job. It was not the employers fault that you left, it was yours and tada you are disqualified! Don't expect anything from Louisiana...they fight hard and write it 'just so' in their books so as to keep all the money that should be rightfully yours.
You might want to call a lawyer or whoever is giving you the unemployment benefits. My best guess is no because you are leaving the state so you must apply for unemployment benefits for the state you relocate in. Keep on striving!
Yes California will pay you unemployment benefits if you quit your job to relocate with a spouse in order to preserve your marriage and keep in tact
Yes. See the Related Link below for full details under part "II. Eligible BB Moving after Marriage"
Most states have different policies pertaining to spouses of military members and their ability to collect unemployment. Many states, especially if you are moving outside the U.S. will provide military spouses with unemployment benefits because it is through no fault of their own that they have to leave with their spouse. For more information go to the state's website that you are leaving from, or just google whatever state employment security commission There you will find all the information you need pertaining to military spouses. You can collect unemployment benefits if your employment is ended through no fault of your own, for instance for medical reasons or to move with a spouse who is relocated. The question is to whether benefits can be collected while living outside the United States.
I don't think you can collect unemployment if you QUIT your job to relocate. If the company was relocating to California (or anywhere farther than 50 miles- I think), and you did not want to relocate, then I believe you can get unemployment.
Probably not. Unemployment benefits are usually only available if you lose your job (i.e. fired, laid off), not if you forfeit it.
yes you can
Yes you can, just provide the necessary documents (sf-50), copy of orders. Look for the statutes, but make sure you look for any recent amendments. Good Luck!
Yes. Refer to the Related Link below under the heading "You may receive benefits if:"
Yes, if complying with the interstate unemployment program.
Quitting a job does not qualify for unemployment.
Hello To my knowledge it depends what you declare as your home of residence, many states such as California require that you declare CA as your home of residence 10 days after arrival. Being military may wave that though, because you move around so much declaring and filing taxes through Florida may be ok for you to continue to cash in on their unemployment.
Yes in Texas you can file unemployment if you quit your job to relocate with your husband. There is a disqualification period of 6-25 weeks.
It depends on the reason for quitting and the reason for the move. If it meets Nevada's rules in both cases, then yes.
Check with Washington's employment security office, but it is unlikely if the relocation was a personal choice that was within the control of the worker.
It depends on whether you were already receiving unemployment, and if not, then it depends on the reason you had relocated.
It depends on the purpose of the relocation and what state is the "liable state". If it is to only relocate, then most states would say it is the choice of the employee and would disallow. However, in some states, to relocate because a spouse is relocating (i.e. military, job change, etc.), the state may allow a partial unemployment because it was beyond the control of the worker. You need to check with your own state for it's criteria and the reason you are relocating.
Safe with regards to what? Is it safe to relocate to Youngsville from New Orleans, yes. From Juneau, Alaska, maybe.
Yes, of course you do. You can move anywhere in the world, after quitting your job, and still claim unemployment benefit.
If you voluntarily quit your job even though you are capable of performing work, you do not qualify for unemployment.
The Unemployment Compensation provisions have undergone many changes through the years; and, the procedures for qualifying for eligibility have been revised as well, varying in one manner or another from state to state. The best resource you have is the local unemployment office for the state in which you now reside. If it is different from that where you were laid-off, you are still considered unemployed until you attain employment status; and, if you expect to be considered eligible for benefits, you need to meet their criteria, the first part of which is registration. It is not customarily a mandatory provision for receiving unemployment benefits that you refrain from changing your residence to anywhere other than out-of-country or prison, in which case you would no longer qualify.Interstate Unemployment BenefitsYes, you can continue to collect benefits from the state in which you originally filed your claim. Unemployment benefits are not public assistance, you worked for it, it is your money.Your new state of residency does not pay the benefits, they will come from the state in which you were eligible, but you will still need to follow the requirements for eligibility.Contact the office of the state agency that handles unemployment benefits in the state where you relocate as soon as possible to avoid a delay in receiving your benefits.
It depends on the state you are moving from and the reason for the relocation. Check with the "liable state's" office for particulars