What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Florida
My husband's employment was terminated 06/15/09, a victim of the economy. He applied for unemployment & claimed his weeks as instructed on 07/07, 07/21, 08/04, 08/18. He's due to claim weeks again tomorrow. On 07/30, he received a denial for the 07/07 claim (the determination for which was "Reporting requirements not met, the law requires ineligibility from 06/21/09."). The "Employer Chargeability" section is blank so they are not fighting his claim. Every attempt to contact the unemployment office results in either a busy signal or a message to call back due to high call volume. He earned some money from a freelance writing job, which he reported when he claimed weeks, but it was less than the amount of unemployment compensation to which he's entitled. He can earn $52 before unemployment is affected. He should be paid $162 after his income is deducted (Income = $165 - $52 = $113; Unemployment = $275 - $113 = $162) We're not sure if this is the reason for the denial or something else. He's appealed and has a hearing scheduled 09/11. He has received NO money for the claims that weren't denied.
What does "reporting requirements not met" mean and when will he receive money for the other claims?