Unless the OP has some way to see into the future, 30 seconds or months, makes no difference. He was not fired before he quit. What he thought may or may not happen really doesn't matter.
It is entirely possible as all 50 states can have their own laws/policies, consistent with any case law.
Op made absolutely no statement that he tendered a resignation in lieu of being fired. His statement suggests there was no threat of being fired but simply his own self determined conclusion. The fact, given the statements of mangers claiming poor performance, allowing a 60 day notice would seem quite unlikely.
in addition to nothing suggesting op was presented with a resign or be fired option (and pay attention to the fact op had already decided he was going to resign well before turning in his notice but delayed due to his lease on his dwelling) some states, where the employee is walked out before the resignation date will pay ui for only the period from the date of firing to the date of resignation. This is based on the simple fact the only period the employer is responsible for the person being unemployed is that period between the two dates. Once the date of resignation hits it becomes a voluntary quit and as such, the applicant is disqualified for benefits.
You seemed to be quite excited about the possibility of the employer walking the op out before the date of resignation like it was meaningful. It often isnít very meaninfmful
The only evidence that other than testimony will be that he quit.
For about the third time, this is what I had to work with.
You are completely misunderstanding why I say, "I'm asking for a reason". That is not at all because I'm not taking them at their word - it is a reassurance that I am going somewhere specific with this - that there is a specific law I have in mind that may be of help to them.
I can't even imagine why you would think that meant I didn't believe them.
Now, why don't you do what you said you were going to do about three times now, and stop arguing about it.