The Immigrant Guide
November 16, 2023
This program offers benefits to people who are unable to work due to health or pregnancy/childbirth, and who have not had recent employment and/or are receiving Unemployment Insurance. To be eligible for Disability During Unemployment, employees cannot have worked more than 14 days after their last day of covered employment in NJ.
Unemployment benefits can be a lifeline for people facing an unexpected job loss, but it is important to know the factors that can affect the amount you can receive each week. In this article you will find the key factors that can lead to a reduction in your weekly benefit rate and how this can impact your financial support.
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