The average unemployment insurance is forty weeks. When you are about to run out of your unemployment insurance, check out the unemployment office of your state to ensure that you are receiving all the extended benefits which you qualify. Consider looking at other resources available and take advantage of whatever you can do to help you get by until you find a new job.

You can avail of extended unemployment insurance as long as you are eligible. First, you have to call the unemployment office of your state and find out if you qualify to file for the extension program. You should do this before the twenty-six runs out so you are aware if you have to find other options. If you are denied benefits or extension, you could appeal the decision. If you qualify for extended unemployment benefits, you will get an official notification through the mail and will receive this as soon as you regular benefits run out. You still have to file for extended benefits and have your claim approved before you can start collecting extended compensation.

You should fill out the right forms to apply for extension.  Make certain to provide all the paperwork required of you. There are different requirements for extended compensation than regular compensation, thus you have to provide additional details in order to be approved.

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