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    Default California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1260

    My question involves unemployment benefits for the state of: CA

    1260. (a) An individual disqualified under Section 1256, under a
    determination transmitted to him or her by the department, is
    ineligible to receive unemployment compensation benefits for the week
    in which the act that causes his or her disqualification occurs and
    continuing until he or she has, subsequent to the act that causes
    disqualification and his or her registration for work, performed
    service in bona fide employment for which remuneration is received
    equal to or in excess of five times his or her weekly benefit amount.
    (b) An individual disqualified under subdivision (b) of Section
    1257, under a determination transmitted to him or her by the
    department, is ineligible to receive unemployment compensation
    benefits for not less than 2 nor more than 10 consecutive weeks
    beginning with:
    (1) The week in which the cause of his or her disqualification
    occurs, if he or she registers for work in that week.
    (2) The week subsequent to the occurrence of the cause of his or
    her disqualification in which he or she first registers for work, if
    he or she does not register for work in the week in which the cause
    of his or her disqualification occurs.

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    Default Re: Can Someone Translate This for Me

    That means you have to get another job and earn 5 times what your weekly benefit would have been before you can reopen your claim.

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