If you are relocating to Florida can you collect unemployment?
Yes, you can if you are already collecting unemployment. It's called an interstate claim. If you are relocating for personal, non-work related problems then it would be up to the "liable state" you are moving from as to being eligible. Following your spouse is sometimes an allowable, as is domestic abuse, health, etc. If you are going to Florida in order to file for unemployment against the state of Florida, with no work history, then no, you cannot collect unemployment in Florida.
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.
Collecting unemployment in California relocating to Florida due to husbands unemployment can I collect unemployment in Florida?
Unemployment is a federal program which states administer. therefore it does not matter what state you move to you still receive the same money from califrornia. the only difference is that the state you live in now administers your money from California. also, importantly California still does the determination of your claim NOT Florida. but if you're already receiving your checks you've probably already had a determination.
Do you qualify for unemployment insurance if you quit your job in Pennsylvania and relocate in California?
Probably not although I am a little confused by what you are asking. You have to have been employed and let go for no fault of your own in order to collect unemployment. Grad school is school, not a job (although I am sure it feels like a job!) and so just because you are relocating to attend graduate school you are not necessarily entitled to it and if you had to quit your job…
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 I had to leave my job in Michigan because my husband is relocating to another job somewhere else in Michigan can I collect unemployment?
Yes, but only if it was job related due to work conditions, harassment, toxic conditions, change in the terms of your employment, spouse relocating, job relocating, etc. all of which should be verified by the employment security office in your own state as each state has its own rules and regulations in this matter. There are only a few reasons when you quit and can still collect unemployment benefits. This depends on each state, as…
I'd say Yes, see this link, discusses Tennessee but if you read the advice, and check the table referred too, Florida & Tennessee have the same rules. Florida Unemployment site leads you to same webpage. http://www.unemployment-tips.com/tennessee-unemployment-benefits-and-military-retirement-pensions.html
No, and yes. You can't collect from Florida because it is not a "liable state" (which pays the benefit, from where you had worked, if at all). However, it can act as your "agent state" and assist you filing for any benefits you are entitled to in another state if you had worked in a base year and hadn't filed for unemployment in that state yet.