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International worker...where to apply for Unemployment?

Post by Steve81 on Sat Apr 06, 2013 9:36 pm

After 25 years in the workforce, I find myself eligible for Unemployment compensation for the first time. My question, I'm not sure that it's worth it and I have no idea where to apply?

I've worked for a California based construction company for my entire career. Although I live in Florida, they consider my point of origin to be California. I've spent the last year working an international assignment in South America and I was recently placed on holding status and retuned to the States. Should I apply for California or Florida Unemployment? Or perhaps it's not worth the headache? I've accepted my next assignment and I'll be headed to Australia as soon as my visa is processed (4 to 6 weeks). This is relevant only because I have no intentions of going out and looking for a job in CA or FL. What is you two cents?


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Re: International worker...where to apply for Unemployment?

Post by elvis44102 on Sun Apr 07, 2013 11:43 am

welcome to the forum....

I worked in Ohio, although company was headquartered in Mass, I filed through Ohio. There is an exemption for work search IF you expect to be called back in a certain time frame here in Ohio.

if it was me, i would file in BOTH states, all they can do is turn you down....


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