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Do I Qualify For Unemployment Insurance?

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Senate Bill 224 was a California bill enacted back in 1977.  And what it did was provide some benefits for those prisoners who worked at certain prison jobs or took qualifying prison vocational programs, and then couldn't find jobs after release.  If this doesn't describe you, and you're not in California, then you can't collect.  And that's assuming this law is still in effect.
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I was hired by a company as a seasonal/temporary employee with a 90-day probation. I have been employed since March 12th and am being terminated due to lack of work. Is there any way I can file for and obtain unemployment benefits for working for this company. It is an "at-will" company.
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I have been laid off from my part time job. I am receiving a retirement pension from my previous employment.
Will I be able to receive Unemployment Benefits?

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