I live in az i applied for pua was never given any retro pay but did receive weekly benefits for about 2 and a half months now since Nov 1 all my pay ments say in progress and when I call them it's basically just hurry up and wait. I'm wondering if any one has received payments after they put your acct on hold because everyone I talk to is still waiting #unemployment # #stressful #pua #arizona
I received payment for 7weeks then all of a sudden stopped I'm not even allowed to fill.out a claim to b paid for something about a outstanding issue idk. They are asking for a 1099 from 2019 which I do not have. I didn't make near enough to waste my time or the irs's i did file the nonfiler for the 1st stimulus round shouldn't that count!?!?! #pua #stressful
I have been out of work since the very beginning of this COVID pandemic. I live in a very small area and jobs are already hard to find. I worked as a bartender and was laid off because of the states shutdown. I was never hired back on because the owners simply couldn't afford to hire all of us back for our regular shifts. I started receiving PUA mid-June and did collect some back pay. My PUA benefits ran out beginning of December. December 5, 2020, to be exact, was the last week I was able to certify. I was then asked to verify my identity and that week was listed as approved, but pending (until I could verify my identity). So, I did send in my proofs and I still have yet to receive my last weeks payment. When I log into MiWAM I am still prompted to verify identity. When I click Submissions, you can see that I did send my proofs to the. I also recieved a letter and an email confirming that Ibhad sent in proof and it was approved. I'm frustrated because I still can not find work O am a single mother of 2 teenage boys. I am struggling to make ends meet and am very afraid of being evicted from our home.
My questions are scattered throughout this post, if you can see that I am very unsure of what steps I should or can even take at this point.. or is it just a waiting game now? Also.. I am wondering if because my benefits exhausted before the PUA extensions were approved, does that mean I do not qualify? I looked for a way to re open my claim or to file a new claim and I dont have any links to either of those options.
HELP!? Please. Any advice is welcomed.
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I received a letter about my PUA saying I need to prove I was affected by COVID. I’ve sent an appeal with the following statement; I was let go from my job around February 2020. I was unable to work because the primary care doctor of the person I was caring for told me her patient was high risk for COVID and immune compromised, because of that the doctor advised me not to leave the house, because if I did I would risk harming her patient and potentially killing him due to COVID exposure. The person I was caring for recently passed away on February 11, and I've since been looking for a job and can give documents for proof, death certificate and proof of looking for employment. #unemployment #pua #advice #hawaii #pandemic
I recently discovered that I am eligible for PUA benefits as a furloughed freelancer with a reduced income. I was able to speak with someone in PUA after about an hour hold who helped me with my 2020 back log claim. However, they told me not to begin filing for 2021 until my 2020 back claim was resolved. Does this sound right? My understanding is that is may take months to resolve. I plan on calling again but in the meantime my work as a freelancer remains compromised. Did anyone here go through something similar and what did you do? I do not want to jeopardize my 2020 backlog in any way if I am eligible, as it appears I am. What would you do? #unemplyment #help #pua
#PUA #advice #unemployment What can I do if I've submitted my 2019 tax return to the Oregon employment department several times, called a dozen times and the workers on the phone tell me I have to send an email requesting they call me, sent 5 emails asking to be called, but no one has ever emailed me back or called me? I should have gotten $641/week for PUA but they only paid me the $205/week. Is there a way to get them to pay you the correct amount or a way to actually call the department that handles it? It's been over a year.