Separation from Employer and Eligibility
for Unemployment Insurance Benefits

Unemployment Insurance (UI) payments (benefits) are intended to provide temporary financial assistance to unemployed workers who meet the requirements of State law.  There are several factors that will or could possibly impact your eligibility for Unemployment Insurance benefits:

Monetary Eligibility

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If your reason for separation from your last job is due to some reason other than a "lack of work," a determination will be made about whether or not you are eligible for benefits.

All determinations of whether or not a person is eligible for benefits are made by the appropriate Arizona Revised Statute, Administrative Code or applicable federal laws.

If you are disqualified/denied benefits, you have the right to file an appeal. You must file your appeal within an established time frame. Your employer may also appeal a determination if he/she does not agree with the determination regarding your eligibility.


Reason for Separation from Your Last Employer
Receipt of Vacation, Dismissal, Separation (Severance) or Sick Pay
Other Issues That May Impact Eligibility

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