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Post by amcoffee on Mon Apr 11, 2011 2:33 pm

I have a question for anyone currently living in California but moved from another state while on the EUC08 program. I am currently thinking about movinig to California; (I know the the unemployment rate there is high but my house is in pre-foreclosure where I live now and I like to plan in advance, especially in this situation. I also live in a northern state where if I did get a job, I most likely would not be able to afford the heating bills in the winter as most of the jobs hiring where I am are part time). Most of my relatives live in Ca. so I will have more of a support network than I do now. My question is about transferring your unemployment to Ca. I asked at my local unemployment office and I was told to notify them and they would forward the info. to Ca. They really didn't offer much more info. and I didn't push it because I have not decided 100% whether to move or not. If anyone out there has done this before, please let me know if it went smoothly or if you had any issues transferring your unemployment benefits. I would appreciate any info. Thanks

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Re: interstate transfers

Post by TomW on Mon Apr 11, 2011 3:20 pm

amcoffee wrote:I have a question for anyone currently living in California but moved from another state while on the EUC08 program. I am currently thinking about movinig to California; (I know the the unemployment rate there is high but my house is in pre-foreclosure where I live now and I like to plan in advance, especially in this situation. I also live in a northern state where if I did get a job, I most likely would not be able to afford the heating bills in the winter as most of the jobs hiring where I am are part time). Most of my relatives live in Ca. so I will have more of a support network than I do now. My question is about transferring your unemployment to Ca. I asked at my local unemployment office and I was told to notify them and they would forward the info. to Ca. They really didn't offer much more info. and I didn't push it because I have not decided 100% whether to move or not. If anyone out there has done this before, please let me know if it went smoothly or if you had any issues transferring your unemployment benefits. I would appreciate any info. Thanks
If you don't find any info about this elsewhere and have specific questions about how CA handles such transfers, you might try contacting CA EDD online at:

https://askedd.edd.ca.gov/asp/frmEDDCOMM.aspx


They will answer any questions that you have within a few days by email. I've communicated with them this way several times in the past and they have always given me very thorough, useful info.

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Re: interstate transfers

Post by Guest on Mon Apr 11, 2011 4:55 pm

It depends what state you are moving from. In RI, because our program is state funded, you can't transfer EB to another state. I had an opportunity to leave RI in 2009, however I was not able to do so because my EB couldn't be transferred. Had I known then that Tiers 3 and 4 would be created later that year, I would have gone in a heartbeat.

The best thing to do is call your current state's employment office to find out. California's EB laws would not apply for you, it is up to your home state's eligibility requirements.

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