Michigan is facing unemployment extension pressure. The unemployment rate was around 7% since year 2002 till year 2007. The number almost doubled in the last 2 years to historical high 14.9% in May, 2010.
Latest Michigan Unemployment Extension Update
Michigan State Unemployment Insurance Agency updated 2010 Michigan Unemployment Insurance Extension on June 3, 2010. The main idea is that congress is considering an extension of the June 2, 2010 expiration of the federal extensions. The June 2 expiration includes all federal extensions: Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) Tiers 1 thru 4, the Extended Benefit Program (EB) and the Federal Additional Compensation (FAC) $25 per week extra payment. Before the final decision about Tier5 is made, no extra weeks or fresh extensions are being considered. Download the utter Information About EUC Extensions – Extensions for Federally-funded document
How to Apply for an Unemployment Extension in Michigan?
In order to get unemployment assistance, you need to file a fresh Claim for Unemployment Benefit Extensions or reopen an existing Extended Claim. You can file the claim online