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Pennsylvania Unemployment Extension

Federally funded Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) has come to an end as of Dec 28, 2013 and will continue to remain unavailable until the Senate passes new rules on it.

Extended Benefits (EB) is provided only when unemployment rates are above a certain limit and its availability varies from state to state. As of now, EB is unavailable in the state of Pennsylvania.

In the meantime, claimants will have to depend on regular UI benefits which lasts for a period of 26 weeks until EB or EUC are made available. Applicants are also requested to visit their state’s UI agency website to find out about currently available Re-employment Assistance plans.

About to run out of regular unemployment insurance benefits??  Know about Unemployment Extension

Questions & Answers

  1. Melinda says:

    I was laid off last year by my previous employer. I have since started a part time job and am receiving partial unemployment. My BYE date is 8/02/2014. I am working for a school and expect to be laid off in late June and will not return to work until late August early September. Will I be able to start a new claim through my part time employer or can I receive an extension after my initial claim ending 8/2/14 expires?

  2. daniel coles says:

    when can i recieve the rest of my federal benefits?

    • Adrian says:

      If you’re referring to EUC which is a federal benefit,you will have to wait until they are extended.
      Please watch national news as there is a debate about this in congress.

  3. Chris says:

    I received my euc application last Friday signed and faxed the same day now it’s almost a week later and nothing in the mail how long does it take for them to send me my euc determination

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