Can Someone File for Unemployment in One State and Move to Another State and Still Get Benefits?

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Yes someone can file for unemployment in one state and still get benefits in another state, providing they go to the new states unemployment office and file the necessary papers.
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Unemployment insurance programs are only loosely regulated by the federal government, and each state handles its own unemployment claims. This makes many claimants nervous about moving
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You would need to file in the state that you move too. to do an interstate claim.
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Maryland is part of the Interstate Reciprocal Overpayment Recovery Arrangement (IRORA) under which participating states recover overpayments for each other. If you have filed for
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