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Old 07-01-2012, 10:39 PM
 
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Default End of unemployment notifacation

Will I get something in the mail....or will it just end and thats it? (Illinois)
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Old 07-02-2012, 11:07 AM
 
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You have asked this a number of times. You will not receive a specific notice that your UE is ending in Illinois.

You have to go back through your award letters, see what you were awarded, what you have been paid, subtract the latter from the former, and that will tell you your balance.

Illinois is still participating in up to Tier IV of EUC (federal) as of today.

So what you have left depends on what Tier you are on, if any, and what you have been paid to date on that Tier.

Again, to answer your original question, no. Illinois will not send any specific letter telling you your benefits will end.
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Old 07-02-2012, 02:57 PM
 
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Default Social Secerity comes into play....

I'm on week 92. At week 16 I filed for SS. In Illinois they reduce your weekly payments to almost 1/2. Thats why it is soooo confusing to how much time I have left.
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Old 07-03-2012, 12:03 PM
 
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You must have received award letter, though, right? And the balance is declining or changing? You simply take that balance and subtract what UE has paid you, disregarding what SS has paid you.

When your UE runs out your SSI should increase to make up the difference, yes?

If you present at the IDES office they will be able to sit down with you and tell you exactly what you have left.
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Old 07-03-2012, 12:43 PM
 
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Asked and answered here:
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In Illinois this is week #90 coming up. Will I get a notice in the mail when it is about to run out? Or will it just stop without warning?
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90 weeks is irrelevant in your situation. It is ALL ABOUT THE DOLLAR AMOUNT REMAINING ON YOUR CLAIM, as discussed here and other posts earlier on that thread:

http://www.city-data.com/forum/24279407-post161.html
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Forget a second about the 90 weeks. Will I get a notice in the mail when my benefits are soon to end? Or will they all of a sudden end w/o a notice?
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No you will not get a notice of your benefits ending soon. Only after your balance is reduced to $0 from where you are at now do they check to see if you are further eligible to continue in the EUC program.

As for your direct question, if you are not eligible for any further assistance that is when they will contact you by mail that you have exhausted your unemployment benefits.
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