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Question Regarding Unemployment Insurance?

Postby caindale » Sun Sep 03, 2017 7:09 pm

I AM CURRENTLY NOT WORKING BUT HERE'S THE STORY

Hey everyone ok I worked in The state of California from 2009 to 2011 then I moved to new york at the beginning of 2011 (Jan) and started receiving unemployment until I found a stable job.. then I found one and I worked there for a year.. and a 1/2 .. since then I've been receiving unemployment from the state of California because my hours were low when I first began working in new york.. my question is if you reached the maximum week of benefits in the state of California will I be able to apply for the state of new York now since I worked there for a year and some change.. shouldn't I be entitled to it?
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Question Regarding Unemployment Insurance?

Postby Giovanny » Tue Sep 05, 2017 4:28 pm

No.

We have already answered your question.

You were receiving partial unemployment in CA because you had reduced hours

But you never had reduced hours in NY = your hours were low to start with and you still have the same low hours.

- since you have not had a significant reduction in hours, you would not be eligible for NYS UI.

If you get laid off in NYS, then you will be eligible for a small amount of unemployment based on your low income and short time working.
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Postby Howi » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:40 am

No. that is why. You received reward from the State of California interstate unemployment declare, you've been living in new york. - you received partial unemployment reward from California due on your new pastime having a lot less hours. you've used all of your earnings funds and there is no longer something left to get Now, why you won't be able to get reward in new york: - you're operating, you haven't had a decrease contained in the State of latest york. You all started with low hours and also you nonetheless get low hours = no longer something replaced, so why may you be eligible for something? = at the same time as you've been getting partial unemployment, you've been meant to be searching for yet another pastime that met your hours/earnings from formerly.
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Postby Dewitt » Thu Sep 07, 2017 2:53 pm

In order to be eligible for unemployment in NY, you first need to have separated from employment in NY through no fault of your own.
Then you can apply for benefits in NY.
NY unemployment will be calculated at about 50% on the average weekly wage you earned in NY.
Since the benefit year has passed in California and have no additional benefits there, you would qualify in this scenario.
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Postby MacKinley » Fri Sep 08, 2017 10:29 am

Why? There is a deadline, and once you hit it, that's it.
As well, you state ... because my hours were low when I first began working in New York." From that I presume your hours are now better, and probably wouldn't qualify at this point.
You need to call the NY DoL Unemployment Office (find the number on their web site) and get an actual answer based on real dates and numbers.
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Question Regarding Unemployment Insurance?

Postby Alycesone » Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:55 pm

Didn't I answer this already?

You may be entitled to get it eventually.

You are not able to apply for it as soon as you reach the maximum number of weeks in CA.

You are first able to apply for it one year after you applied for benefits in CA.

You can only apply for benefits, anywhere in the U.S., once every 52 weeks.
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