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I've been with my employer for almost 6 years (full-time).  Over the past year, I've had several paychecks returned for non-sufficient funds.  When this happens, I take the check directly to my employers bank.  More often than not, the check cannot be cashed but if I go daily, eventually I manage to get the check cashed.   It has started again and this time I'm having a hard time getting my recent paycheck cashed, the funds are not there.  How long must I continue to put up with this, at what point can I file for unemployment and what kind of documentation do I need in order to file a claim?
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Unemployment insurance is offered to those citizens who become unemployed due to no fault of their own. In your case,looks like there is a genuine reason to move out.
There are a couple of other eligibility factors that need to be met in order to draw compensation from the state.
Documentation is limited,you may please contact the customer service or claims center in your state for more info on paperwork.
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