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Old 10-23-2013, 10:01 PM
 
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I applied for UI on 10/4

I received 2 pieces of mail on the same day, one is an awards notice, and the other confirming information and caljobs stuff (on 10/16).

So I read and read everywhere that I am supposed to receive my first continued claim form within 10 days of applying for ui benefits. Even though I applied on 10/4 the awards notice says my claim beginning date is 9/29/2013 and ends 9/27/2014.

It is now 10/23 and I still have no claim form, can't do web cert or telecert. I emailed/called 500 numbers and I can't get through to anyone. I don't want to delay any payments, I am not sure if I am even missing them.

No notice of interview either. I registered a pin on 10/17 and I just received mail for that, I was pissed I thought it was a check instead . Is this normal? everything I hear about people not receiving claim forms, at least they have been able to submit one. I don't even know what it looks like. I am scared I am lost in the system, I am moving out in 2 weeks and yeah, I don't want to miss any payments. Any suggestions? should I just wait it out. I know edd is going through hard times.
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Old 10-25-2013, 08:52 PM
 
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In MI you have set days by last digit of social. The UIA sends a confirmation and two weeks after theat date you contact the UIA via phone or online to submit a claim.
It was similar in NC when my wife was laid off there in 2011. She did all her filing online and had no problems.

I do know many states are changing how you register and file claims. I would check with the UIS office of your state and get some answers.
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Old 11-24-2013, 01:48 PM
 
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Always reply or document your concern with a note on their website. Find the name of you congress rep. and report to them. UIA gets Federal funding and such funding has a history of being misdirected. The incompetence of this agency is startling. I have been fighting with them for awhile. They really don't want you to be in compliance, it saves them money.
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