Can you continue collecting unemployment from California if you move to South Carolina and have a job there?
No. Under the terms of receiving California's unemployment benefits you are supposed to report your work progress and income. When employed full time you should let them know so they can discontinue payments. You will have to return any over-payments and possibly face fraud charges if you don't settle this.
If collecting you are collecing unemployment benefits in North Carolina and move to Pennsylvania can you still collect?
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.
If you are laid off from your job and start collecting unemployment benefits and you are then able to retire during this time are you allowed to still keep collecting your unemployment checks?
You collect SSDI and was also working part time can you collect New York state unemployment insurance?
Just an FYI: When there's any change in status, you should contact the NYS unemployment ins. agency. Their number is listed on their website. While SSDI is not a financial-need program, it assumes you are considered disabled enough not to either work or continue doing what you used to do when you collect it. In my situation, SSDI encouraged me to continue applying for jobs (I did) while I waited to be approved. However, once…
If you are collecting nys unemployment benefits try a job for one day and find its not a good fit can you continue to collect?
If you are collecting New York State unemployment benefits and you move to New Jersey can you continue to collect New York unemployment benefits?
Yes. You can continue collecting unemployment benefits whether you move to another location within the state or to a different state entirely, as long as you meet program requirements and the area you move to has comparable (or better) work opportunities for someone with your skills as the area you left. The representatives at your local unemployment office can assist you with transferring your claim.
If he was drawing unemployment and is now working, his unemployment benefits will stop when he reports the new job. If you are receiving unemployment your husband's new job will not affect your benefits. If you are now collecting unemployment and you want to continue, you should report the new address to the unemployment compensation office in the state you received your benefits from. Another answer: Some states allow you to collect your own unemployment…
You can collect Social Security and UI benefits at the same time. You really have to dig for it on the California EDD site, but the EDD does state: This is easier . Go to the CA EDD Unemployment website in the Related Link below. There are 2 drop down menus. Select a category - Unemployment benefits and Select a topic about Unemployment Insurance Benefits - Other Social Security and Pensions. As soon as you…
If you go to another state to try and get a job but you are collecting unemployment from another state can you continue with the same state just in-case you don't get a job at the new state?
While attending college and collecting unempolyment benefits can you deny employment offers and still collect bennifit and attend college?
If you are on unemployment and become disabled do you have to file for disability or can you continue unemployment?
No. California is still the "liable state" responsible for paying your benefits. However, you can continue to receive those benefits if you comply with California's requirements for getting those benefits when you move out of state. Contact California's office of employment security for information.
Is it a crime to claim unenemployment husband while in Jail Martin County FL They are collected by me soon to be ex-wife kept in an envelope uncashed as he is in jail until Feb 2010 at least?
Yes. It is unlawful to continue to collect unemployment while the person is in jail. Obviously, if he's in jail he cannot be searching for a job. which is what he's supposed to be doing while collecting the benefits. You really should return the checks to the Unemployment Agency with an explanation. If you don't you MIGHT leave yourself open to the possibility of being prosecuted for illegally collecting them for him..
If you are on unemployment and find out you are pregnant can you continue to collect until after you give birth?
Can you collect Unemployment Benefits if you work for a temporary staffing firm and are not reassigned work by that firm?
Yes, if you worked there long enough to qualify. That is a very valid reason for collecting. Addendum: Be certain that you continue to report to the temp agency, and be very certain that you keep records of all contact. It is not unusual for temp agencies to dispute unemployment claims. Additionally, if you fail to take an assignment, you could be disqualifying yourself from future benefits.
"Moving out of state after a layoff doesn't disqualify you -- the program is based on wages and payroll taxes, not geography. 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. If you apply after moving, the process might get a bit tricky but is usually doable." Found this on the LA…
The maximum length of time to draw benefits in North Carolina is 26 weeks, whereas the minimum is 13 weeks. The duration of time of benefits is determined by a formula, found in the Related Links below. I can speak for myself, my job went part-time in Jan. 2008 at which time I began receiving unemployment benefits to complement my loss in income. In May 2008, my job ended and I began receiving full benefits…
I think so, but it depends on where you are buying the car, your down payment and your credit score. They would like to see you have a steady job. I know that every time my husband and I have bought a car, they have asked where we work and how long have we worked there. But if you have a good credit history, and down payment I think that you should be okay. Good…
If you are currently receiving Florida unemployment and then move to Maryland can you still collect unemployment from the state of Florida?
From what I've read, you must notify Florida that you are moving, then you will have to deal with the Maryland unemployment office nearest where you live. After that you will continue to get paid unemployment benefits by Florida and your unemployment payments will be subject to Florida's terms and laws.
If you are currently collecting unemployment benefits due to a job loss in Florida and are relocating due to your spouse's health will you be able to collect unemployment benefits in your new state?
Yes, you can continue to collect benefits through the interstate benefits program. Inform the Florida division of employment services that you are relocating and contact the state's employment division of your new state as soon as possible after your arrival. Your continued benefits will still be paid by the state of Florida.
If an employee is called back to work for less pay but declines can they still collect unemployment?
Can a person continue to work as a pastor but collect unemployment benefits from another job from which he quit?
What do you do in Michigan when your benefit year for unemployment benefits is about to expire and you are still unemployed?
If the U.S. Senate determines to continue to fund the unemployment benefits this week, residents will continue to be able to receive their federally funded unemployment benefits, as if nothing happened. If you happen to be one of the many Michigan residents who are unemployed and are receiving unemployment benefits and you now have questions, call your local unemployment office. They will better be able to explain what you will qualify for and what you…
If you plan to leave the area to look for work, or if you are moving out of the area, contact the toll-free Claimant Assistance Line at 1-877-214-3332 for instructions before you leave. While out of the area, you should keep your list of out of town job contacts, including employers' names, addresses, dates and results. Keep this list until you are asked to submit it to the Department. Failure to comply with this reporting…