Unemployment Benefits

The unemployment benefits are the money that the government pays to the unemployed in a certain particular period. It is basic cost of living allowance for the unemployed. According to unemployment law, the unemployed who have the unemployment qualification can get the unemployment benefits.

If the unemployed don’t meet unemployment qualification, the unemployment office will refuse the application of the unemployment benefits. The following conditions don't meet the unemployment qualification:
No sufficient reasons
Be laid off for misconduct
Resigned because of sickness
Left to get married
Attending School
Involved in a work dispute

Generally speaking, regular unemployment benefits are paid for a maximum of 26 weeks. The unemployment benefits can reach half of your salaries in some states. It is the first thing which you should do to apply for the unemployment benefits when you were laid off. Receiving check will spend the time for 2 to 3 weeks, so I advise you to apply as early as possible.

Please read this article about the details of applying for unemployment benefits:
How to Apply for Unemployment Benefits?

Where to apply for unemployment benefits?
Please see the list about this question:
United States Unemployment Offices List

If your application is sanctioned, you will receive your unemployment benefits in several weeks.

DISCLAIMER: I do my best to offer some information and suggestions. Hope the information is helpful to you. This information is only a guide. In addition, please consult the local unemployment office about unemployment benefits details.


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