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Old 10-18-2010, 06:29 AM
 
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I've tried calling the 800 number constantly, lines are busy, call again later is all I hear..

I've been on unemployment since March 2010. I am still unable to find a job. Just claimed my weeks today, and usually get the message of the next date to claim, no dates to claim this time..so im thinking my unemployment might have ran out

searched online and just ended up getting more and more confused. this whole tier business and dates it ends and dates it starts and what to do, blahblah it's like another language.

My question..what next? do I need to apply for tier 1? or does it automatically start you in on the tiers? and Ive seen that it ends in November..does that mean that i may be eligible for unemployment up to that date?

I found a application for EUC on the website, am I supposed to send this in for tiers?

anyone out there that knows what they are doing, please help, I'll forever be greatful!
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Old 10-18-2010, 07:53 AM
 
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There is both EUC and EB claims that can be made after regular compensation is used up. There are Tier I, Tier II and Tier III in which each allows 20 weeks of additional payments, however you must apply for these!
Good Luck.
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Old 10-18-2010, 05:15 PM
 
Location: Wisconsin
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You are well within the timeframe to qualify for Tier 1 which provides up to another 20 weeks' benefits.

Since there is an actual online application form for EUC, it appears you need to submit this. Most states transition people automatically - apparently not FL. I see from the online form you need to mail this in. It's possible you will get something in the mail from them within the next few days. If you do, obviously don't submit the form twice.

Geez - talk about making things hard and delaying payments. Expect to wait a few weeks until you are able to get your money.

Good luck to you.
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