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Does a UI extension mean

Postby Alasdair » Wed Feb 02, 2011 10:23 pm

Does a UI extension mean
that our maximum benefit amount is extended beyond the 26 weeks and therefore we get a new maximum amount beyond 26 weeks? I'm really confused.
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Re: Does a UI extension mean

Postby munden » Sat Feb 05, 2011 7:03 pm

Opalie is the resident expert here, but...
if you live in CA and have only collected your intial 26 weeks, if you are eligible (you worked enuf hours/quarters when you were working) you should move right into FED EXT 1 w/out having to do anything, its 20 weeks
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Re: Does a UI extension mean

Postby decenter » Mon Feb 07, 2011 10:03 am

If you are eligible, you can.
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Re: Does a UI extension mean

Postby wigger » Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:48 am

Crystal is right
Initial Benefits 26 weeks EUC Tier I 20 weeks EUC Tier II 13 weeks of 14 weeks EUC Tier III 13 weeks + EUC Tier II 14th week EUC Tier IV 6 weeks Then if your state still offers EB (extended benefits) and High EB, you can move onto those when your federal EUC tiers are exhausted. They can be up to 20 weeks with High EB Extended benefits vary from state to state in length, eligibility criteria, and expiration date, so check with your state site
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Re: Does a UI extension mean

Postby Terra » Mon Feb 14, 2011 6:01 am

thanks :))
I'm in California. All extensions are supposed to end on March 28 and I was told only 26 weeks until further notice. I filed for UI on March 5. EDD told me to keep checking in their website until middle of next week to get updated on any federal extension news
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Re: Does a UI extension mean

Postby Tallulah » Tue Feb 22, 2011 4:09 pm

they are going to extend to the end of
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Re: Does a UI extension mean

Postby Tien » Thu Mar 03, 2011 10:42 pm

EDD couldn't say for sure
which is why I posted here. I thought those who are already unemployed or have been for a while might be more plugged in to the news
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Re: Does a UI extension mean

Postby Maitreya » Mon Mar 14, 2011 3:38 am

The state UI offices seem to be
sadly misinformed a lot of the time The extensions deadlines have been passed as Crystal said, to the end of 2010 now. A LOT of states don't seem to be updating their website info very often. The "deadline dates" are just the dates they have to be filed by
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Re: Does a UI extension mean

Postby frech » Sun Mar 20, 2011 3:25 pm

whew! great news. EDD sounded pretty
uncertain and ambiguous and specifiy told me to expect 26 weeks
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Re: Does a UI extension mean

Postby Susanna » Mon Mar 21, 2011 11:25 pm

well they're not allowed to deal in
maybes and what ifs - they can only tell you what the deal is right NOW but they're wrong on the dates anyway - it's not March 28th it's April 5th the deadlines were extended to right now. But for now - if I were you, I'd not worry about what extensions are available in Sept but concentrate on looking for another job before they run out. It's tough out there but it seems to be picking up slightly, but everyone's job experience etc is different, so you can only go by what you find
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