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Old 09-27-2011, 10:48 PM
 
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I am currently in my last 20 weeks of unemployment. I received a letter at my home in NC saying I need to come in for a face to face meeting.

I am currently not in NC, though I technically still reside there and want to know if I can somehow avoid going in for the face to face by faxing or emailing my job search records. If this is not possible, do they allow rescheduling?

Thanks in advance for any advice and help.
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Old 09-28-2011, 09:15 AM
 
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Yes. If you have relocated out of state or are just seeking work out of state, they will do the review by fax. You should call your local office and ask if you could fax the work search to them or to Raleigh. IF you still have a a local address, they would want you to come in. If you ask them to change your address to an out of state address, then they would also give you a fax number to the central office in Raleigh where you could fax your work search record.
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Old 09-28-2011, 11:47 AM
 
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Thanks for the response. However, I am confused in terms of your stating if I still have a local address they will still want me to come into the office.

I don't want to change my address if at all possible as I am currently staying with family out of state (still looking for work) and may move if I find work here that I can not do from my home office in NC or on the road since I am a salesperson.
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Old 09-28-2011, 12:18 PM
 
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I called the local office and they said the appointment has to be face to face regardless if I am out of state.
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Old 10-04-2011, 08:55 AM
 
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NC will continue to pay your EB benefits, as long as you live in a state that is also triggered onto EB. If you relocate to a state that is not in an EB period, then you are limited to 2 weeks of EB (as I recall). So, I'd have to know what state your family is in. You would want to check to be sure that state is, in fact, in an EB period. If so, I don't see a problem with your changing your address with the ESC. That doesn't mean you would have to change it for all your mail. Short of that, yes, you will have to go to a NC office every 4 weeks for the work search review.
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Old 03-28-2013, 12:14 PM
 
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Wink Hope this helps , I had to move out of state also for a bit...

I had to move back in with my Mother at the age of 53 in Ohio..have lived on my own since I was 17, am single and have always worked. Was layed off May 2012 and Cobra pretty much takes up my unemployment check...had to move to Ohio just to have a roof over my head but want to move back to NC. Been looking in both states BUT..the unemployment office changed my claim to an "intrastate claim"?..either that or "interstate"..lol...that way, I can go to my unemployment office in Ohio,(which is an 1.5 hours away if I need to). Unemployment still comes from NC and I still deal with their unemployment reps. One thing about NC? Their unemployment site doesn't contain too much helpful information compared to other state's pages. It's sooooo confusing.

Don't know if that will help you, but they should've mentioned that to you over the phone...although..I talked to literally probably 6-7 people before somebody mentioned it to me.

Good Luck to us all!
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