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Old 11-08-2013, 04:51 PM
 
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Looking for some help with this. 3 questions....


Question #1


I'm in Oregon. My claim is scheduled to expire before the end of the month. Right now I am on EUC tier 1 extension, as I have used up all of my regular benefits. My question is, what happens when I reach that date?

Will I need to re-apply for a new claim? or will it just continue on with the EUC tier 1 benefits?

Question #2

Additionally.......I keep seeing this

" The last week payable under the EUC program is the week ending December 28, 2013."

So does that mean my unemployment will stop at the end of this year? which then I would assume I have to re-apply. Correct?

Question #3

When re-applying, does the system allow you to use the same information over again? As in, some information doesn't change.....like your work history.

Or do you need to redo it completely like the first time you filed a claim?
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Old 11-08-2013, 07:46 PM
 
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Question #1

I'm in Oregon. My claim is scheduled to expire before the end of the month. Right now I am on EUC tier 1 extension, as I have used up all of my regular benefits. My question is, what happens when I reach that date?

Will I need to re-apply for a new claim? or will it just continue on with the EUC tier 1 benefits?
You will need to call Oregon to recertify your claim.


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8. I've been collecting for a year and am on Tier 2. My claim expires next week. What happens now?

Some states automatically perform the recertification process as long as you continue to file weekly or biweekly claims. In most states, you will need to telephone your state to RECERTIFY your claim. Your state will do a monetary reevaluation for a new claim. If you have not had eligible earnings during your past benefit year, your "application for a new claim" will be denied, your old claim reopened and you continue to receive benefits on that claim.

//www.city-data.com/forum/22370378-post2.html
If you can't get through to OR on the phone, their system may allow you to reapply online. Try to speak with a rep, if you can.



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Question #2

" The last week payable under the EUC program is the week ending December 28, 2013."

So does that mean my unemployment will stop at the end of this year? which then I would assume I have to re-apply. Correct?
State benefits continue to be paid. Federal benefit payments end December 28, 2013.

No, you don't reapply. You have already reapplied at your bye. See above.

If you have a new State of Oregon claim established at your bye, depending on the WBA of that new claim, you are either collecting benefits on that new claim - or those benefits have been deferred and you are continuing on the higher EUC. HR4213 allows a deferral on payment of a new state claim if your new benefit is $100 or 25% lower than the previous (parent) claim.

If you have a new claim and Congress does not extend EUC past December 28, 2013 and are on an H4213 deferral, then OR will begin to pay you from the new State of Oregon claim.

If you did not qualify for a new claim at your bye and Congress does not extend EUC, all your benefits end on December 28, 2013.

Since you are just now exhausting Tier 1, it appears you've been working so will probably have new claim eligibility.



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Question #3

When re-applying, does the system allow you to use the same information over again? As in, some information doesn't change.....like your work history.

Or do you need to redo it completely like the first time you filed a claim?
If you end up doing an online application, you will need to reinput all your info. Try to talk to at rep at your bye before going the online route.
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