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Answered: My previous employer fought my unemployment ...

I went through the samething, and continued to fight and WON!!!! Don't give up, thats what they want. You already proved your case....and won....let them drag it on and keep fighting, you don't pay anything till the final paperwork is in! Good Luck

Answered: I was fired because of a medical condition called ...

You need a lawyer and fast. Sounds like you're being taken advantage of. This is really wrong and you should get what you deserve. A lawyer can help you understand what your rights are.

Answered: Oklahoma Unemployment site is broken!

We are sorry but we are unable to process your request at this time: (The system is unavailable at this time. Please try again later. $ 0800 NO) the message I receive continues as of 7:29 a.m. 8-3-2009

Answered: Where do you file for unemployment?

The state where you worked as that is where your employer paid the fees

Answered: How do I file for an extension of unemployment ...

All Federal Extension tier I,II,III, and IV filing has expired on JUNE 2,2010 to file for. If you are on a tier now, you have up to the end of October 2010 to collect that tier only. HR 4213 to extend it failed the Senate June 16, 2010.
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Winning an unemployment appeal when you quit your ...

Me thinks you need an attorney on this.

Can someone collect unemployment extension under ...

you can go to this site and see if it helps answer your questions www.servicelocator.org and go to general info.Good Luck.

Can i file for unemployment if i get suspended

It might depend on the facts of your situation and on the state where you file for unemployment. (I can't give a professional opinion, since I'm not a lawyer.) But please note that "a common reason for denial" of unemployment benefits is: Being discharged for misconduct connected with work ...