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May a student in jail qualify for the Unemployment Deferment?

Asked by Elizabeth, Last updated: Mar 24, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 09, 2016

False-correct answer is false. the following conditions must be met in order to qualify: 1. student must be diligently seeking but unable to find full-time employment in any field or at any salary or responsibility level even if student is not eligible for unemployment benefits (or if eligibility expired). 2. student must be registered with a private or public employment agency if there is one within 50 miles of his/her permanent or temporary address. school placement offices and temporary agencies do not qualify as public or private employment agencies. 3. if student is requesting an extension of current unemployment deferment, and is not providing documentation of eligibility for unemployment benefits, s/he must certify that s/he has made at least 6 diligent attempts to find employment on the most recent 6 months by checking the box in section 2, item b.
 

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