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Old 07-27-2010, 06:12 PM
 
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If you move from a state (e.g.) NY and are on extended benefits to a state with a higher unemployment rate (e.g. Cali), will that affect your claim in any way? If you move are your payments delayed? Do you continue to process your claims on the same website as before or do you do it on the new state's website?

Lastly, are extended benefits for NY paid in the same way, but with the additional work search "letter" you have to send every month? Is there anything else to note about extended benefits vs regular?
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Old 07-30-2010, 02:20 AM
 
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Old 08-09-2010, 07:13 PM
 
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Does anyone know anything about this?
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Old 08-09-2010, 07:22 PM
 
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If you move from a state (e.g.) NY and are on extended benefits to a state with a higher unemployment rate (e.g. Cali), will that affect your claim in any way? If you move are your payments delayed? Do you continue to process your claims on the same website as before or do you do it on the new state's website?

Lastly, are extended benefits for NY paid in the same way, but with the additional work search "letter" you have to send every month? Is there anything else to note about extended benefits vs regular?
It is my understanding regular and EUC unemployment benefits are processed and paid by the state in which the claim originated at the benefit rate applicable for that state - ergo, you would use NYS website, not California.

HOWEVER, extended benefits are more complicated based on reciprocal agreements between the states. For some states, when you are on EB, you would switch from NYS to whatever state you are in, possibly collecting a lower benefit, or no benefit at all; other times the benefit would be paid by NYS. Last I read a day or two ago, at present there will be no EB being paid by CA because it is not 100% federally funded, but that doesn't necessarily preclude your collecting from NYS depending on their reciprocity.

Opyelie, wannabee, diorgirl are really the people to answer these questions and perhaps will, later.

You might want to do an advanced search on using keywords and see what turns up. Or better yet, if it is possible to visit an unemployment office in NYS, go there and talk to someone, or telephone. Best not to be conjecturing.

Another thought - you might want to start another thread, entitled "Moving to CA from NYS; Can I Continue to Collect EB?" I know there are California people on this board who might be able to help you.

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