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Oregon Unemployment Extension

Federally funded EUC, which is available to eligible claimants who have exhausted regular UI benefits, have been put a stop to. As of Dec 2013, EUC has been made unavailable in all states across the U.S. unless the Senate passes further laws on it.

Extended benefits or EB too is subject to availability and is issued only during periods where the rate of unemployment is above a certain limit. As of now, EB is unavailable in the state of Oregon.

Claimants will, therefore, have to depend on regular UI benefits for the time being. UI benefits are given out a period of 26 weeks. We also recommend that you visit your state DOL website to know about currently available Re-employment Assistance (RA) plans.

Extended Benefits (EB) – Program Ended

Under federal law, as of 2019, EUC benefits are no longer available.

Extensions for collecting UI payments are in effect only during periods of high unemployment and only if the state or federal government take specific action to provide extended benefits.

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

    • We advise against calling or visiting the unemployment office, as you may not get a response. Your state has activated the ‘emergency funding’ program authorized by the federal government. We recommend you to apply for UI benefits online. For more information, please visit your state’s official website.

  1. Ive been looking and trying to find work and i think i have about 2 months left is there any extetions ive worked my whole life and having a really hard time but when it runs out and i dont have a job that wouldnt be good . so what can i do im just planing ahead so i dont set myself up to fail. Please let me know thank you

    • Deedee,

      The E.U.C(Emergency Unemployment Compensation) remains expired. There is no extension available. Please inquire further with the labor authorities in your state by calling them.

  2. So a person can work 30 years and then only get to claim 6 months worth of benefits. God Bless America

    • Deana,

      The E.U.C(Emergency Unemployment Compensation) remains expired. There is no extension available. Please inquire further with the labor authorities in your state by calling them.

  3. I’ve applied for many, many jobs, but no responses. My Oregon benefits will run out of money the 3rd week of April 2018. If I have not secured a full time job before that time, I will be unable to pay my monthly expenses and I will have no other choice but to commit suicide. Any other suggestions ?

    • Tracy,

      Please be strong and do not take harsh steps. Remember, you have family and friends who love you. Please explore on the internet and also call the Unemployment Office to inquire about additional benefits and job assistance.

      • Could you be any more shallow ? Sam has to be a robot and not a real person. Only a robot would answer “Don’t do anything harsh, your family loves you.” The Sam Robot didn’t even contemplate what I was SAYING…that I will have NO MORE MONEY COMING in after April 25, 2018. Period. My family’s love cannot pay my monthly credit card bills, gas, food, car insurance and cell phone. “Call The Unemployment office for more information about additional job benefits. ” …Gee, “Sam ” what would those be ?… “Search the internet” ? I spend hours a day on the internet looking for work/ researching job ideas !

  4. Is the state of Oregon a state that offers exertion for unemployment?
    Where do I find the forms ?

    • Kimberly,

      As far as I am aware, there is no extension available. Please call the Claims Center to get further information.

  5. I was unable to get to the work source center by the dead line I didn’t call in to claim weekly benefits because I wasn’t able to do what was required. However I can now am I still eligible for benefits?

    • If you’re approved, you will continue to be eligible. Please call the Claims Center and continue with the claim/application if you haven’t completed it.

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