I just filed for unemployment because my plant shut down. However when I went to file my claim and check on my claim it said that it was in pending status what does this mean? Am i ever going to get paid. It’s not even a lot of money either


IT MEANS THAT THEY NEED TO CHECK ALL INFO THAT U SUBMITTED AND INFO FROM THE COMPANY. U SHOULD GET IT SINCE U WERE LAID OFF.

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5 Responses to “What does it mean when you file unemployment and your claim is in pending status?”

  • MOM KNOWS EVERYTHING says:

    Pending just means it’s "in the works", and hasn’t been finalized yet.
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  • smurfetteicu2 says:

    IT MEANS THAT THEY NEED TO CHECK ALL INFO THAT U SUBMITTED AND INFO FROM THE COMPANY. U SHOULD GET IT SINCE U WERE LAID OFF.
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  • J. S says:

    Sometimes they put it in file 13 – which is the Pending File

    hoping that you will get fed up waiting and not follow through

    on your claim. Stick with it and if it seems like an extraordinary

    long time to wait, ask if they need any more information to make

    a decision, or go see your local member of parliament -

    if you have no source of income, visit your local "welfare" office

    to get some money to live on while they are deciding on your

    claim

    - good luck, this mut be a horrible situation to go through….

    your employer should have given you some information about

    how you can pay living expenses after they shut the plant down
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  • bostonianinmo says:

    Pending means just that. They’re working on your claim.
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  • Joyce S says:

    I recently had to file and what pending status in case meant, they were checking to see if I qualified for benefits.
    Which I did but they have to do all that red tape. Then I had a week more to wait before it started.
    If you haven’t heard anything in the next week I suggest you make that 1-800 call.
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