How to Reopen an Existing Georgia Unemployment Claim

It may become necessary for you to reopen an existing Georgia unemployment claim if you suspend or cancel your unemployment because you found a job, and then later became unemployed again.

Generally, you can reopen an existing unemployment claim by simply filing a weekly certifcation online or by phone -- just like you did every week when you receiving unemployment previously.

In some cases, it may be necessary to speak to an unemployment counselor or start the process all over again in order to reopen an existing unemployment claim in Georgia. If this is the case, contact your unemployment counselor to get exact instructions on how to proceed.

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# george r 2011-01-26 09:05
i had unemployment benefits when i was temporarly laid off from the union.my benefits have long since run out.i have been doing small jobs here and there while searching for a new job.i have no record of the odd jobs and they are to far in between to survive. can i apply for benefits again?
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# Alaina 2011-08-22 10:38
I had unemployment a little over 6 months ago but then found a job. I never cancelled my benefits, i just stopped claimly every week. I will be without a job again in 3 weeks. Can I still claim on the unemployment from before?
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