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How to Get EDD Benefits and Appeal a Decision


UI online tool helps you get information about the status of your claims. You can also appeal an edd decision.

Eligibility requirements

Generally, the eligibility requirements for unemployment benefits are set by state law. Applicants must meet ongoing eligibility requirements in order to remain eligible for the benefit. If they are denied, they may appeal the decision within a specific time frame. The employer also has the right to appeal the decision.

To receive unemployment benefits, you must be actively seeking full-time employment and physically and mentally able to perform the job. You cannot place unrealistic personal restrictions on your work hours or travel time. In addition, you must have a written record of your efforts to find work. You may be asked to bring these records to the benefits office. If you are unable to provide these records, you may be denied the benefits.

If you are unsure of whether you meet the requirements for unemployment benefits, you can use a Social Security benefit calculator. This will tell you how many weeks you are eligible to draw benefits for in the current benefit year. The benefit is based on wages earned in the Basic Base Period and Alternate Base Period. The benefit is paid for a maximum of 26 weeks. During periods of high unemployment, additional weeks of benefits may be available.

UI Online tool to let claimants get information about status of their claims

UI online tool to let claimants know about the status of their claims. You can also check out the UI portal at This includes an interactive map, a list of all claims, and links to useful resources. It’s also possible to fill out an application for benefits by spreadsheet, which makes the process easier. It’s also possible to speak with a representative directly about your claims. A representative may even help you find out if you’re eligible for other benefits. For example, if you have been out of work for more than a year, you may qualify for benefits under another UI program. Alternatively, you can speak with an employer and ask them to submit a benefits application for you. If you’re not sure how to do this, the UI portal can point you in the right direction.

There’s one big drawback: you won’t be able to collect your UI benefits until you file a new claim.

Reapplying for edd benefits after one year

Applicants should make sure to get their benefits as soon as the quarter ends. This is particularly important if you have a job lined up or are a freelancer. You should also be aware that your eligibility may be reevaluated if you have been unemployed for a long time.

The best way to go about it is to call up the Unemployment Contact Center and ask for a list of open claims. The representative will then walk you through the application process. You will need to fill out the necessary forms, and you will be notified if you are a winner. You should also be aware that a weekly request for payment must be filed. This is especially true if you have just begun work again. However, if you have been out of the workforce for several months or longer, you should also consider waiting until the end of the month to apply for benefits.

Appealing an edd decision

Appeals are an option when you have an EDD decision you feel you were wronged by. The first step is to ask your employer to give you a notice of your eligibility. This will explain your rights, including your right to appeal. If your employer does not provide you with a notice, you can request one by phone or email. The EDD will send you a copy of the Notice of Eligibility and an Appeal Form.

The Appeal File is a set of documents that an Administrative Law Judge will review before deciding your case. This will include the notes from your interview with the EDD. You will also be able to see all of the information the EDD has collected about you and your claim. If you don’t have a copy of the Notice of Eligibility, you can get a faxed copy of it.

If you feel that your EDD decision is wrong, you can file an appeal with the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. The goal of the appeals process is to get an appeal hearing.