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Old 05-30-2010, 10:53 AM
 
Location: sayre, pa
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here is my question i am currently on tier 2 of euc, i file every other sunday and get paid on the following wednesday, the website says you must exhaust your tier 2 benefits by the week ending may 29th in order to qualify for tier 3 benefits. so if i file on sunday may 30th for the weeks of may 14th-may 21st and may 22nd-may 29th and get paid for those dates on june 2nd, will i qualify for tier 3? sorry for posting twice i posted it by mistake on the wrong section the first time.
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Old 05-30-2010, 04:23 PM
 
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It depends on how much money is in your account on the 29th of May .

You will have had to exhaust all monies in there as of the 29th.

Ask diorgirl , she is very knowledgable on these matters.
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Old 05-30-2010, 04:25 PM
 
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I just found this from diorgirl on a different post :

Originally Posted by diorgirl
Just FYI -- here are the specific eligibility cut-off dates set under HR 4851, retroactive to April 5, 2010:

EUC Tiers Program
• If you complete regular benefits no later than Saturday, May 22, you can start Tier I. The last day you can start Tier I will be Sunday, May 23.

• If you complete a Tier no later than Saturday, May 29, you will be eligible to start the next Tier. The last day you can start a new Tier is on Sunday, May 30.

• If you complete a Tier after May 29, you cannot go on to a new Tier until Congress extends the cut-off dates again.

At this time, Tier IV is the last of the EUC Tiers. When you exhaust the Tiers available to you, you may be eligible for EB, if your state provides that extension. Check your state's DOL website for details on EB.

EB
• The federal government will continue to provide 100% funding for EB through June 2, 2010.

Some states discontinue EB when the 100% federal funding expires. Other states revert to the original funding formula: 50% state/50% federal. Check your state's DOL website for details on EB.

FAC
• The federal government will continue to provide an additional weekly benefit of $25 through December 10, 2010.

An individual must have filed a regular unemployment insurance claim on or before May 23, 2010, in order to qualify for this additional weekly benefit.

COBRA Premium Subsidy
• Those who are involuntarily terminated through May 31, 2010, may now be eligible for the COBRA premium subsidy.

This is simply an extension of the eligibility period for the premium subsidy; it has no effect on those already receiving the subsidy.



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Old 05-31-2010, 09:31 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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here is my question i am currently on tier 2 of euc, i file every other sunday and get paid on the following wednesday, the website says you must exhaust your tier 2 benefits by the week ending may 29th in order to qualify for tier 3 benefits. so if i file on sunday may 30th for the weeks of may 14th-may 21st and may 22nd-may 29th and get paid for those dates on june 2nd, will i qualify for tier 3? sorry for posting twice i posted it by mistake on the wrong section the first time.
The eligibility cut-off dates are set on Saturday, because Saturday is the last day of the unemployment week (which runs Sunday through Saturday).

So the date that is important in determining your eligibility for the next Tier is the Saturday that you actually exhaust your last level of benefits -- not the day in the subsequent week that you file for them or receive payment.

You say that you exhaust your Tier II on Saturday, May 29. That means you automatically started Tier III on Sunday, May 30 -- assuming your state has triggered Tier III.
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