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What Is The Time Limit For Unemployment Claims?

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Despite the huge opposition that is currently coming from the Republicans, the extension of today’s unemployment benefits is more than likely going to pass. Even though the global and American economy is yet to recover properly, the job market has started to make gains, and improve no end compared to the state it was a year ago. All this is important to consider when you’re wanting to know the time limit. If the new bill gets signed completely into law, an individual that is receiving unemployment benefits will be able to receive it for up to 99 weeks.

The unemployment benefit system in the United States is considerably different to the United Kingdom. In the United Kingdom you must prove that you require the benefits - whilst in the United States, you must prove that you are seeking work in the States and are currently genuinely unable to obtain some kind of paid work or employment.

You must report to your local authority during the given periods of time with proof that you have been looking for a job. You may also be called into an interview to talk to somebody about your job seeking, and to talk about what you are currently trying to do to get back into the world of employment. If you fail to do this successfully then you will not be able to receive the unemployment benefits. The time limit is there, too, to stop people from taking advantage of the system. If you are unable to get work for an extended period of time then the state and federal government will review your case and provide you with extra time accordingly.

For more information about unemployment in your state, you should get in touch with your local authority offices.
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Is there a time limit to filing for unemployment compensation after losing a job?
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Depends on the state all are different.
Go to your states UI web site they might have info on this better then here.

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