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Old 01-07-2012, 04:13 PM
 
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I live in Illinois
I have a detailed follow-up question to a previous post:
New unemployment claim (max) and part-time work questions (California)...
The term "establish" vs "create" a new benefit year claim
a. does "establish" mean upon (at the time of) (actually) qualifying (actual date I earned/accumulated 3x wba) vs when I apply and/or when I am automatically evaluated (by IDES at BYE or end of qtr). For example: if (during claim1 and before my bye), I earn 3x wba I am monetarily qualified to "establish" a claim2, yet until I take my (part-time) paycheck stubs (and directly apply) to IDES office they will not "create" a claim2 (since their computers are not current to all wages and their bye evaluation (607B) always rejects new claims dispite reported income durning claim1 benefit yr).
b. also (upon "creation") is it true that IDES will backdate my claim2 to the as-of date I "established" (earned 3x wba) it vs the (actual) day I go visit them and apply (to create) for claim2. As such, as was stated, I should wait to earn 3x until after I finish my claim1 26 wks & after I begin claim1-EUC, else they would backdate my claim2 to commence immediately upon the end of calim1 26 wks, thus I would not have begun my claim1 EUC prior to my claim1 bye and would lose my claim1 EUC ?

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