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.
Because you have to disclose your work history (and by extension, the unemployment issue may come up), the previous state may file a garnishment with the current state, the amount and details depends on the states.
you can ask for an extension.
In Washington, you can file for an interstate unemployment claim if you use to work in Washington and was fired or laid off and now live another state. Even though you moved out of state, you will still be paid unemployment benefits through Washington.
Yes, as long as you were qualified in the first place to receive it and, secondly, that you comply with the unemployment laws of the state paying you regarding relocation.
Yes, if the federal government provides extended benefits, which Obama admin. has done. They are now considering another extension of benefits.
You may still be able to work when you are collecting unemployment benefits without losing your benefits. Rules vary from state to state, but typically if you work for less than a certain threshold of your former salary (e.g. 80%), unemployment will pay the difference between what you make and that threshold. It seems you are asking whether you can work in State A and not notify State B where you collect unemployment, which is benefits fraud and is against the law, carrying severe penalties.
Yes. See the Related Link below for details.
Nothing has been approved. It is still in the government sectors awaiting votes from the Senate.
Yes. If you had worked in Utah and qualified for your unemployment there, you can move to another state and collect unemployment benefits from Utah as long as you complied with Utah's requirements. It is an interstate agreement that is allowed.
You need to check with your state's unemployment office
Yes, as long as you comply with North Carolina's regulations concerning the move.