My calif. unemployment claim started on 4/10/09. I completed my regular claim.
I received my 1st extension and completed it. Received my 2nd extension and after about half way through that claim I received a check for 1 week instead of 2 weeks because my original claim ended on 4/10/10 (1 year). I still have $3,600 left on my 2nd extension. They auto-filed a new claim for me but I received a letter for denial because I didn't work any during that first claim. How do I receive the remainder of my 2nd claim. please let me know if you can help. Thank You. Marc N.
Hello Marc, I am sorry for such a late response I had not accessed my account for a long period of time. Hope everything works out for you..
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