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Old 10-23-2012, 10:57 PM
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Hi all, I appreciate any help/advice I can get in this matter.

I live in Georgia, and I was laid off from my full-time job due to "lack of work" on 10/5. I applied for UI that same day online, and attended the subsequent meeting required of me the next week to sign my affidavit and give them a copy of my separation notice.

I have also received a benefit determination letter and it was approved. I've been certifying on my assigned day ever since then but every time it says that my claim has not been paid. I called the GDOL center I'm assigned and they've told me that I need to keep certifying and my claims will be paid about 15 days after the date the letter was sent out. However, I still have a part-time job that I have been reporting the gross wages on (as required) and I am concerned that it is the cause of the delay. I plan to go in person tomorrow but I am so wound up about this (and worried) that I can't sleep, hence me posting about this now. Rent is due soon and I'm just on edge - does anybody know how long it really takes the Georgia Department of Labor to start direct deposit for weekly payments?

I am currently looking for a job (obviously, as I need to report all places I've applied to in order to certify) and I might even have something but even if I get hired tomorrow I'm going to not be making rent on time.

Thanks for taking the time out to read this!
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