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When will my UI benefits end?

This question can be difficult to answer. In general, most UI benefits will expire after a certain period of time, but there are some exceptions. For example, if you have children who are still in school, your UI benefits may continue until they finish their education. Additionally, some UI benefits may continue even if you leave your job or the company that you work for.To find out when your specific UI benefits will expire, it is best to speak with an unemployment office or human resources department. They can provide information on the specific program that you are enrolled in and how long it will last.

How long do I have to wait until my UI benefits stop?

When will my UI benefits end?

There is no set answer, as it depends on a number of factors. Generally speaking, however, you should expect your UI benefits to stop after 12 months. If you have been unemployed for more than 26 weeks, your benefits may also be terminated sooner. In some cases, though, the length of time you are entitled to receive UI benefits can vary depending on your specific situation. If you have any questions about when your UI benefits will expire or how long they will last in general, please contact the unemployment office in your state or region.

How many weeks of unemployment can I receive benefits for?

UI benefits generally last for 26 weeks, or until the week after your next regularly scheduled workweek. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. For example, if you have exhausted all of your regular UI benefits and you are still unemployed, you may be eligible for extended UI benefits that last up to 36 weeks. Additionally, if you have been out of work for a long period of time (more than six months), the UI program may provide additional weeks of coverage. You can find more information about the duration of unemployment insurance in our article on how long does unemployment last?

In general, it is important to keep in mind that the length of time that UI benefits will continue depends on a variety of factors including your state’s unemployment law and how long it has been since you lost your job. If you need help understanding when your UI benefits will expire or how much money you may be entitled to receive, please contact an experienced employment lawyer.

Do I need to actively look for work to continue receiving UI benefits?

UI benefits are generally meant to last for 18 months, but can be extended in some cases. If you have not looked for work within the past 12 months and your income is below the federal poverty level, then you may continue to receive UI benefits. However, if you have looked for work during that time period and your income is above the federal poverty level, then your UI benefits will end. Generally speaking, if you are actively looking for work and have been since November of last year, your UI benefits should expire by the end of this month. There are a few exceptions to this rule - if you become pregnant or have a child after November of last year and before receiving UI benefits begin again (generally around six weeks after giving birth), or if you experience a significant change in circumstances such as losing your job or becoming disabled which makes it difficult to find new employment. In these cases, UI benefits may continue until the earliest of: The date on which you no longer meet any of the eligibility criteria listed above; The date on which 26 weeks have passed since your most recent benefit payment; Or The date on which you would otherwise be entitled to retire with full pension credit under state law. For more information about when UI benefits expire please visit our website at

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What if I am unable to find a job after my benefit period ends?

If you are unable to find a job after your benefit period ends, you may be eligible for unemployment benefits. The length of time you are unemployed will determine how much unemployment benefits you receive. If you have been out of work for 26 weeks or less, you may qualify for weekly benefits. If you have been out of work for more than 26 weeks,you may qualify for monthly benefits. You can also look into other programs that could help support your long-term financial stability such as food stamps or housing assistance. There is no specific date when your UI benefits will end; it depends on the state in which you reside and the amount of unemployment compensation awarded there.

Will my UI benefit amount be reduced if I am working part-time?

When will my UI benefits end?

If you are working part-time, your UI benefits may be reduced. The amount of reduction depends on the number of hours worked per week and how long you have been receiving UI benefits. For example, if you work 30 hours a week and have been receiving UI benefits for six months, your benefit would be reduced by 25%. If you work 40 hours a week and have been receiving UI benefits for eight months, your benefit would be reduced by 50%. There is no limit to the number of weeks or months that you can receive UI benefits. However, once you have received UI benefits for 12 consecutive weeks, your eligibility is permanently suspended and any future earnings will not count towards reaching the weekly or monthly income limits needed to continue receiving UI benefits. You can find more information about how much yourUI benefit amount will be reduced at:

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Can I still receive UI benefits if I quit my job?

UI benefits can last up to 12 months after you leave your job. If you quit before the end of that time, you may be able to get back on UI benefits if you meet certain conditions. You'll need to apply and be approved, and you may have to start paying back some of the money you received while receiving UI benefits.

What happens if I refuse a job offer while receiving UI benefits?

If you refuse a job offer while receiving UI benefits, your benefits will end on the last day of the month in which you were notified of the refusal. For example, if you are notified of a job offer on October 15th and refuse it on October 31st, your benefits would end on November 30th. If you are still receiving UI benefits at the time your benefits expire, they will continue until they run out or you stop receiving them.

If I return to school, will my UI benefits stop coming in?

UI benefits typically stop coming when you finish school, but there are some exceptions. If you have a child under the age of 18 in your household, your UI benefits will continue until the child turns 18. If you are still working and receiving UI benefits, they will continue while you are unemployed and receive unemployment compensation. Finally, if you become disabled due to a work-related injury or illness, your UI benefits will continue until you no longer meet the requirements for disability insurance coverage.

Is there an appeals process if my application for UIbenefits is denied?

There is an appeals process if your application for UI benefits is denied. You can appeal the decision by submitting a written request to the state agency that made the decision. The request must include information about why you believe your case should be considered different from other cases. If you are not satisfied with the outcome of your appeal, you can file a lawsuit in court.

Who do I contact if have questions about myUIbenefits claim status?

If you have questions about your UI benefits claim status, you should contact the Department of Human Services (DHS) at 1-800-252-3463. DHS is responsible for processing and adjudicating UI claims. If you are unable to reach DHS by phone, you can also visit their website at www.dhs.gov for more information.

Where canI go to file a new claim for Unemployment Insurance benefits?

When will my UI benefits end?

UI benefits can last for up to 26 weeks, and you may be able to continue receiving benefits if you meet certain requirements. To find out more about the eligibility requirements for UI benefits, visit our website or speak with a representative from your state’s unemployment agency. You can also file a new claim for UI benefits by calling 1-800-827-3322.

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