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Multiple Claims New York

Post by confusedbymultipleclaims on Mon Aug 06, 2012 2:41 pm


New York Resident
First Claim 4/7/08, bye 4/12/09
benefit amt: $405.00
Partial employment over the year, rec'd 6 weeks of EUC
I am too early for the part-time fix so I begin my
Second Claim 4/12/09, bye 4/12/10
benefit amt: $207
partial employment (not sure how many weeks of EUC I rec'd, but I believe 16 weeks - at the $207 rate)
altogether worked 20 weeks from beginning of second claim, and collected benefits on weeks I didn't work.. had enough weeks to refile for a
Third Claim
10/04/10 to 10/03/10
benefit amt: $207
very little part time work, will not qualify for a fourth claim (rec'd all tiers available of EUC at $207 a week)
Now, NY has brought me back to my original claim of EUC for the 08/09 claim.
First question.. should I have been getting the EUC in the claim from 08/09..(the 405 amt) instead of the $207 EUC they gave me?
Aren't they supposed to revert to the first EUC benefits when normal unemployment compensation runs out)?
I didn't even know that the law has a provision that it reverts back to unused EUC.
And if the structure was correct, how many weeks of EUC will I receive? only the first tier..? or will I move to the next tier...?
And after EUC for 2008/2009 runs out, will I receive the balance on my EUC for 2009/2010 since I did receive some EUC in that year, but EUC ended because of my 2011/2012 new claim?
I know this is very confusing... and I cannot for the life of me figure it out by the mixed info I see..partly because it seems each state has their own way of doing things.. and from what I can tell things play out differently according to who is processing your claim in that state...?

And if they should have restarted the first EUC payment.. itstead of opening another euc at the lower rate.. is there anything can do now? Or nada, because time has passed?


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Re: Multiple Claims New York

Post by confusedbymultipleclaims on Mon Aug 06, 2012 3:13 pm

according to UIPL 23-08, Change 1 it is clearly written under question answer D7 (on the advisory letter from washington) that they should have exhausted all euc benefits before giving me euc on the second claim. and my third year would NOT have been deferred because the original claim began before july 2010
all very confusing. they make it very difficult to determine what is what because you cannot see subsequent claims when you sign in.. only the claim from which you are drawing.

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