The state's extended unemployment benefits will continue. You don't need to contact the Department of Labor to see if you're eligible. You will be automatically evaluated and, if eligible, the “Check Application Status” screen on myunemployment, nj, gov will read “Extended Unemployment Benefits”. The determination can take up to two weeks.
Legislation sponsored by Assemblymember Joseph Egan to help laid-off New Jersey workers take advantage of extended federal unemployment benefits is already law. I haven't received either last week or the week before and I'm still waiting for 7 weeks of late payment of the 300 and regular unemployment. If you need help with your SNAP benefits and have further questions, you can call LSNJLAWSM, the state's toll-free legal hotline for Legal Services of New Jersey, at 1-888-LSNJ-LAW (1-888-576-552) for legal advice, information and referral. However, if your application for family leave was initiated during a period of unemployment, you will need to call Unemployment Insurance and explain your situation.
If you are receiving extended unemployment benefits from the state, your claim status will say “Extended unemployment benefits.” With several states canceling federally funded unemployment benefits ahead of schedule (see full list) to encourage workers to return to work, there is serious concern that this action could be extended to the entire country. While there has been much discussion about extending pandemic unemployment benefits, the Biden administration has confirmed (watch the video) that states will need to use already-allocated stimulus funds to expand or extend traditional state unemployment programs. Extended Benefits (EB), which are linked to the in-state unemployment rate (HUP), allow the state to use federal funds to extend state unemployment benefits. I haven't gotten three hundred yet why are there always problems in New Jersey like I'm good with this why can't anyone do things right.
For more information on available extensions or additions to unemployment benefits, see the information below. The state's unemployment rates are reviewed monthly to determine if the state's extended unemployment benefits remain in effect. TRENTON — Approximately 80,000 New Jersey workers who receive Extended Unemployment Insurance (UI) must exhaust these state benefits in the coming weeks, as they reach the 13-week high. There are several criteria you must meet to be eligible for state extended unemployment (EB) benefits.
Republicans had no plans to extend improved unemployment insurance, even as millions of Americans remain out of work. Applicants who exhaust extended benefits will have received up to 88 weeks of unemployment, a maximum of 26 weeks of regular state unemployment, up to 49 weeks of Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) that ended Sept. 3.