Also, I am pretty sure you can transfer the benefits. IE: if you start your claim in California and then move to Texas you will still be able to collect in Texas but not at the same amount as in CA, probably a little less. This is what they told me about 5 years ago when I was on unemployment and was thinking of moving to another state.
YES. my brother moved from CA to MN and collected the maximum CA unemployment there. He also filed after moving to MN.
If you are currently receiving benefits in one state and you move to another, you still receive benefits from the original state. You receive benefits from the state in which you worked for the past 18 months. All you have to do is provide your new address to your "original" state of residence and they will mark you as an interstate payee. You then continue to file your weekly certification as normal. You will receive the exact same amount of benefits, it does not change. You are required to seek employment in the new state you moved to. It's that simple. I know this to be true because I recently moved and just took these steps.
from A GUIDE TO BENEFITS AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICES/ EDD CALIFORNIA
"if you move to another state and still want to claim benefits, call EDD
for instructions. Failure to contact the office promptly could result in delay or loss of your benefits"
If you move after starting to get benefits in California, simply continue to follow the rules of the program and send in your biweekly claim forms to the same office as always.
I just moved from California to Massachusetts and was receiving UI benefits in California. I heard that you still can so I changed my address on the form you have to submit to them with the new address change. I have yet to receive a check because they put my claim on hold. They told me I am schedule to a phone interview but that's not until another 2 weeks and it still doesn't determine if I will be approved or not. Be prepared to wait at least 2 months to receive a check if they determine you are eligible.
You may file a claim for unemployment benefits any time you have been separated from employment. However, the laws governing the state where you performed the work will determine eligibility based upon the reason you were separated.
You can only collect unemployment benefits from the "liable state", where the employer paid unemployment taxes, so Missouri would not pay you benefits, as you described it.
Yes, if you qualified for Florida's unemployment and you complied with their requirements concerning moving out of state.
If you were collecting unemployment benefits in one state and are eligible to continue collecting them but move to another state then you should still be able to collect unemployment but you must apply for unemployment in the new state you are moving to.
i am moving to PA, and will be looking for work, can i collect during this period?
No. You can't collect unemployment anywhere for merely retiring.
No. You can only collect from the state that your employer paid his unemployment taxes to, the "liable" state.
I live in the state of Illinois, can you work part-time and collect unemployment benefits.
Yes, if you had qualified for the benefit and complied with Massachusetts' requirements on moving out of state.
Yes, if you qualified for the unemployment, notified the state agency of your move, and complied with the terms of moving, etc.
If you qualified, you can collect unemployment from Texas, the "liable state", but not from the state you move to.
Yes you can collect unemployment insurance from the of California while living in another state or district.
if you are fired while on disability can you collect unemployment?
First, some states allow you to collect unemployment if you have to move because your spouse relocates, in which case it would be from the state you moved FROM (the "liable state"). Secondly, you could not collect from the state you move to because that state did not collect unemployment taxes from your former employer (hence, not the "liable state")
If you qualify for unemployment benefits from Massachusetts, then you can continue to collect from them if you follow their instructions for your move out of state.
Yes, if you qualified for them in Massachusetts and complied with their rules regarding moving to another state.
Religious nonprofits have the option to not pay unemployment to the state. If they choose not to pay unemployment then the employee cannot collect unemployment. If they do pay unemployment costs to the state then the employee can collect unemployment benefits. 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. In this case the employee is able to collect unemployment benefits. Referenced from www.chooseust.com
can you collect unemployment and social security at the same time in the state of Pa.
You cannot collect unemployment in another state that you weren't working in. Most of the time you cannot collect unemployment if you were terminated. This is particularly true in an at will state like Ohio.
Yes, providing you comply with the regulations of the state you worked in, New York, concerning moving while collecting benefits.
You would collect from New Jersey, the "liable state".
It is legal to collect unemployment if you work in one state and live in another. The question is, where to you collect unemployment? In which state would you file? For further information, see the Related Link below for an example of Texas' laws. You would file a claim in the state you worked.
You cannot collect from Washington as the "liable state" that you would file with is the one you are actually working in. That state's criteria would then have to be met as to your qualifications.
You can't qualify for the mere act of moving to another state. There has to be other eligibility issues such as the work history, reason for the loss of the job, etc.
The only way you can collect unemployment is if you had qualified for it by a work history in the last 15 months, the right amount of wages, and other requirements set out by your state's employment security department, and the right conditions for how you left your job. Merely moving out of state does not make you eligible for benefits. If you met all the above, you can collect benefits if you move out of state.
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