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Next Step in PA after 26 initial weeks?

Post by PA_Girl on Mon Feb 27, 2012 4:41 pm

I just filed for weeks ending 2/18 and 2/25...week 2/18 brought my balance to zero. This was 26 weeks total of UC. I was under the impression that an additional 20 weeks of UC would kick in basically automatically but I can't find that anywhere on the site now. The note said that 2/25 would not be processed because my balance was zero. Do I open a new claim? I don't want to do anything to mess things up. My actual status is Laid Off because my employer is a non profit struggling for survival but they are hoping to call me back at some point in the coming months. my AB date is listed as 8/14/2011. Thanks for any input!


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Re: Next Step in PA after 26 initial weeks?

Post by Guest on Tue Feb 28, 2012 11:11 am

You need to call the employment center to start your extended benefits. I am not sure about PA, but in RI, I had to call the employment office after completion of each tier. It is a quick, simple call (if you can get through!) and there is usually no delay in your payments.

You should call asap!


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