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When I Was In Military My Hor Was In Co But Now I Start Living In Va.where Can I Apply For Unemployment?

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When I Was In Military My Hor Was In Co But Now I Start Living In Va.where Can I Apply For Unemployment?

Postby Ainmire » Tue Sep 26, 2017 7:23 pm

Home of record is not the same as "state resident".
What state do you pay taxes to? I believe that would be more of the problem about availability of unemployment in VA. http://www1.va.gov/opa/IS1/10.asp

Unemployment Compensation

Veterans who do not begin civilian employment immediately after leaving military service may receive weekly unemployment compensation for a limited time. The amount and duration of payments are determined by individual states. Apply by contacting the nearest state employment office listed in your local telephone directory.
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When I Was In Military My Hor Was In Co But Now I Start Living In Va.where Can I Apply For Unemployment?

Postby Quade » Thu Sep 28, 2017 12:19 pm

The 6 months out of country are gonna hurt.

Since they use the last 12 months to calculate unemployment benefits.

But you can apply for unemplyment benefits anywhere.

You apply where you live.

But unemployment benefits are paid, based on where you worked.

In your case, that would be considered CO, since it was your home of record, when you were in the military.
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