Disqualification For Unemployment
When you are seeking unemployment benefits, you must meet certain eligibility requirements. One of the requirements is that you be able and available to work. If you are not able to work, or if you are not available to work, you may be disqualified for unemployment benefits.
There are a number of reasons why you may not be able to work. If you have a medical condition that prevents you from working, or if you are caring for a sick family member, you may be disqualified for unemployment benefits. If you are in jail or prison, you will also be disqualified for unemployment benefits.
If you are not available to work, it means that you are not looking for work, or that you are not able to take a job if one is offered to you.
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