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I'm in Virginia and I've already called the state unemployment office.

Their response was that I should wait until separation from the company, then apply for benefits, then they would decide whether I qualified or not.

This has prompted my posts/questions as to possible outcomes based on the experience of others.

It's somewhat challenging to plan ahead when bureaucracies such as governments and corporations hold back their own loopholes and surprises.

Thanks again, MG
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