Unemployment Benefits FAQ

Can my claim for unemployment benefits be denied?

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Can my claim for unemployment benefits be denied?

Yes, if the state agency determines that you haven't met the requirements. For example, the state may find that you quit your previous job without good cause, as defined by state law. Even if you have already started receiving benefits, the state might later deny your claim if, for example, if decides that you aren't available for work, that you've turned down suitable work, or that you have, in fact, been working and not reported your earnings to the agency. For more information, see Nolo's article Denied Unemployment Benefits: The Appeal Process.

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