You probably won't be eligible since you quit, even though it was for a very good, but personal, reason. That's what they're reviewing.
by Judy - 5 hours ago
First off I have to say is be patient and the reason why is because so many people are filling unemployment they are backed up and going over everyone who is applying takes time. I myself have had to wait a long time for them to review my information and I live in Arizona. It just takes time and if they are going to give it to you sometimes they give back pay for the weeks from when you filed. Hopefully you will receive it soon.
by MissLady25 - 5 hours ago
It is possible you may not be eligible for unemployment. You quit your job voluntarily. Usually you can quit your job if your spouse gets transferred, etc. You have to be available to work to get it. You also may have waited too long to apply.
by travelguruette - 5 hours ago
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