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  1. Mazull

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    While unemployment insurance is a federal program, it is managed by state agencies. Each state sets its own policies for those who want to go to school while receiving unemployment benefits. Some are more stringent than others, for example, some states favor short-term vocational training over more extended college degree programs.
  2. Dagal

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    true Coronavirus and Unemployment Insurance Benefits Resource Hubs Please review our employee and employer resource hubs for more information on unemployment benefits related to COVID Apply for Unemployment Now Employee Employee Employer.
  3. Tojasida

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    Jun 24,  · Typically, private schools are subject to UI coverage requirements to the same extent as public schools. If the private school is connected to a church, the work may be excluded. An individual who works in both covered and excluded employment should file a UI claim first as their eligibility for state UI must be evaluated before they may apply.
  4. Yokasa

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    If you have questions about Unemployment Insurance, please call our Customer Service Center at Individuals with a hearing impairment who would like to speak with someone in the Claimant Services Center should dial for the Illinois Relay System. Once connected, please direct the communications analyst to call IDES at
  5. Sakinos

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    Similarly, to receive PUA, an individual must be ineligible for regular unemployment compensation or extended benefits under state or federal law, or pandemic emergency unemployment compensation, and satisfy one of the eligibility criteria enumerated in the CARES Act, as explained in Unemployment Insurance Program Letter There are.
  6. Goltile

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    Apr 23,  · It is unlikely that a high school student will have worked enough hours, or long enough, to qualify for their state’s traditional unemployment insurance benefits, and they are subject to the same full-time student disqualifications as college students.
  7. Mashakar

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    You can report school or training when you file or reopen a claim, or when you certify for benefits by reporting it on the Continued Claim Form (DE ). Note: Report your school or training the week you begin attending. The following table shows you how to report each type of school or training.
  8. Vujar

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    With our country's unemployment rate projected to surpass the unemployment rate at the height of the Great Depression, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, passed on.

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