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I LIVE IN CALIFORNIA MY QUESTION IS MY CLAIM WILL EXPIRE IN DECEMBER 7 2009

by BETTY
(LOS ANGELES CA)

I AM NOT WORKING OR GOING TO SCHOOL! WHAT DO I DO? DO I HAVE TO OPEN A NEW CLAIM RE OPEN A CLAIM! PLEASE HELP ME NEED TO KNOW WHAT TO DO? I HAVE 4 KIDS 2 FEED! GOD BLESS



Hi Betty,

You need to call the EDD to find out what the procedure is.

You are talking about extending benefits now, not regular UI benefits. I do not know all the administrative requirements for extensions. I only know what all of you tell me. You need to check with the state to find out what is required of you.

It would also be very nice, if after you talk to the state, you would come back here and update this thread with what you learn .. for others in the same boat.

You might start looking for more info here.

Thanks for asking Betty, sorry I can't be more helpful about extensions.

Happy Thanksgiving.

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by: BETTY

SORRY I NEVER GOT BACK TO THIS BLOGG BUT I COULD NOT GET THREW A LIVE OPERATOR! I DID GET EXTEND BENEFITS BUT NOW MY ? IS NOW THAT CONGRESS IS GONNA SIGN THE BILL CAN I GET THAT FED ED? I HAVE ALREADY TRY CALLING & SOME1 DID TAKE MY NAME & TELEPHONE # BUT TILL THIS DAY I HAVENT HEARD FROM THEM ITS BEEN 3 WEEKS NOW STILL WAITING FOR A CALL BACK & THE REP SAID IT WILL TAKE 72 HOURS FOR THEM TO RETURN MY CALL! DID HE MEAN 72 DAYS OR 72 YEARS! DAME CONFUSED



Hi Betty,

Join the confused crowd. The newscast last night 7-20-2010 had a spokesperson from the department of labor asking people not to call.

Everyone was told that when a new extension is passed it will take some time, but anyone that is eligible for extension benefits will be notified by mail .. so .. just another waiting game for them to figure out who will start receiving them again.

Chris

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