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How often should an unemployed file the weekly claim in Colorado?

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146 views asked Mar 22, 2012 in Colorado by anonymous
recategorized Apr 26, 2012 by Admin

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In the State Colorado unemployment benefits per week is waged about $25 to $ 487. Here the unemployment benefits are claimed every two weeks, rules are very specific in filing the claim it should not be too early nor too late since you may lose or be delayed in getting benefits.

Once the claim has processed, generally it will be four to six weeks to process the unemployment claim. Unemployment Insurance benefit payment will be done after realizing the eligibility. You must still need to file the claim every two weeks in order to process for the next benefit.

First week of benefits is called a "waiting week" – this means you will not be paid benefits during your first week of eligibility, but you must still file a claim to get credit for waiting.
answered Mar 22, 2012 by anonymous

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