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On 9-14-14 I receives of determination form statinf that I wasnt eligible for a new claim, on 9-15-14 I received a notice of unemployment insurance award stating my claim begins 9-14-14 to 9-12-15. It’s now October first and I still haven’t received any claim forms or anything. What should I do or expect?

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I had a UI claim last year where I was awarded $289.

While I was receiving benefits, I found a job, that claim expired, and now I’m unemployed again. I started a new claim and my weekly benefit amount got upped to $350 a week.

I just got my payment for the last two weeks, and they only gave me $525. Can anyone help explain why EDD would short me $225?

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I had a UI claim last year where I was awarded $289.

While I was receiving benefits, I found a job, that claim expired, and now I’m unemployed again. I started a new claim and my weekly benefit amount got upped to $350 a week.

I just got my payment for the last two weeks, and they only gave me $525. Can help explain why EDD would short me $225?

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chorella

August 26, 2014 · 3 comments

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I am clueless, today I received a letter from EDD :YOU HAVE RECEIVED ALL THE BENEFITS PAYABLE ON YOUR CLAIM AND NO EXTENDED BENEFITS ARE AVAILABLE TO YOU. IF UNEMPLOYED YOU MAY FILE A NEW CLAIM.

Please help, I don’t know what to do, I received EDD checks for only 6 months…what can I do to continue receiving it?

I know, the letter says to file a new claim, but what income should I write down in the new claim if I have been unemployed all 2014 and my only income has been EDD.

I heard about ppl requesting extensions, how do I do that?

I am totally clueless…I’ll appreciate your help.
thanks

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Hello, my claim expires on 11-08-14 but I received a letter stating that I have received all the benefits payable on your claim and that no extended benefits are available to you. If unemployed, you may file a new claim by visiting edd website or calling one to five days before 11-08-14.
Does this mean EDD wont be filing an extension automatically? I recall that they used to have extensions in the past. Should I try to file a new claim before 11-08-14? Thanks.

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I had an old unemployment claim back in 12/10/11. I used about 14 week’s of that claim. I recently was let go and approved for benefits. I’m coming up to my 26th weeks of my new claim. I just want to know if I’ll be able to use my old claim to collect benefits?

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I’m confused and probably this has been long discussed already…but…I have been in and out of EDD since 2008 when I believe extensions were all in place so I don’t know any other reality of it. I have always worked part time throughout the year, and was able to stretch my claim each year, and then begin a new claim etc. Am I correct now in that this is only possible for 26 weeks? That even if I go weeks without claiming, I will not receive EDD after 26 weeks even if there are thousands of dollars still available to my claim? And I can’t open a new claim until six months after that? So really, EDD is only available as a “stop-gap” for six months out of the year?

Again, I apologize if this has already been long covered. I received this information from an EDD employee so I want to verify…

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My unemployment claim expired on 8/2/2014, because of no extensions I have not received any money since February of 2014. I was told I would have to wait until my claim expires before I would be able to re-apply. I can’t get ahold of anyone at the unemployment office for answer, and I have not worked since August of last year. Do I file a new claim or what are my options.

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Original claim expired. I never collected EUC. I managed to land a job after my state benefits were exhasted, earning around $3,000 – $4,000 … the job let me go, when I re-apply for a new claim will they take my original earnings from my 1st claim or base it off my new earnings?

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Ok so Yes I’m not expecting an extension obviously but hypothetically what if you start a new claim because the previous one expired and the extension does pass do you get the extension based on the older claim that expired or the new one?

Example: claim funds ran out December 2013 would have been eligible for an extension if there were any. That claim has since expired but started a new one July 2014. Extension passes now what? Jut curios

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Hello all, so I lost my job on 7/13 and got my six months UE from employer A. I exhausted my claim and after 7 month, I was employed part time for employer B.

This lasted from 1/14 to 5/14 when I was laid off. I had to wait until 6/23 to file a new claim because my first one was not yet over. I did so putting down all the money I made in each period including the wages from employer A.

Today I received an award letter for some $6000, but it’s from the money I made from employer A which I had already exhausted. Should I go ahead and mail in my weekly claim form or should I try to spend all of this week attempting to talk to a live representative. I don’t want to do anything fraudulent. Thanks.

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