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09.32.05.00.htm 09.32.05.00. Title 09 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Subtitle 32 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE Chapter 05 Payment of Benefits to Interstate Claimants Authority: Labor and Employment Article, ยง8-305, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.32.05.01.htm 09.32.05.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter shall regulate the Maryland Department of Labor in its administrative cooperation with other states adopting similar regulations for the payment of benefits to interstate claimants.
09.32.05.02.htm 09.32.05.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, unless the context clearly requires otherwise, the following terms have the meanings indicated.B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Agent state" means any state in which an individual files a claim for benefits from another state.2) "Basic Plan for Combining Wages" means an interstate agreement which establishes a system whereby unemployed workers who lack qualifying wages sufficient for benefits in any one state, may through combining wages from more
09.32.05.03.htm 09.32.05.03. 03 Registration for Work.. A. Each interstate claimant shall be registered for work, through any public employment office in the agent state when and as required by the law, regulations, and procedures of the agent state. This registration shall be accepted as meeting the registration requirement of the liable state.B. Each agent state shall duly report to the liable state in question, whether each interstate claimant meets the registration requirements of the agent state.
09.32.05.04.htm 09.32.05.04. 04 Benefit Rights of Interstate Claimants.. A. If a claimant files a claim against any state, and it is determined by that state that the claimant has available benefit credits in that state, then claims shall be filed only against the state as long as benefit credits are available in the state. After that, the claimant may file claims against any other state in which there are available benefit credits. For the purpose of this regulation, benefit credits shall be
09.32.05.05.htm 09.32.05.05. 05 Claims for Benefits.. A. Claims for benefits or waiting period shall be filed by interstate claimants on uniform interstate claim forms and in accordance with uniform procedures developed pursuant to the Interstate Benefit Payment Plan. Claims shall be filed in accordance with the type of week in use by the agent state. Any adjustments required to fit the type of week used by the liable state shall be made by the liable state on the basis of consecutive claims filed.
09.32.05.06.htm 09.32.05.06. 06 Determination of Claims.. A. The agent state shall, in connection with each claim filed by an interstate claimant, ascertain and report to the liable state in question the facts relating to the claimant's availability for work and eligibility for benefits as are readily determinable in and by the agent state.B. The agent state's responsibility and authority in connection with the determination of interstate claims shall be limited to investigation and repo
09.32.05.07.htm 09.32.05.07. 07 Appellate Procedure.. A. The agent state shall afford all reasonable cooperation in the taking of evidence and the holding of hearings in connection with appealed interstate claims.B. With respect to the time limits imposed by the law of a liable state upon the filing of an appeal in connection with a disputed benefit claim, an appeal made by an interstate claimant shall be deemed to have been made and communicated to the liable state on the date when it is received by any qua
09.32.05.08.htm 09.32.05.08. 08 Extension of Interstate Benefit Payments To Include Claims Taken in and for Canada, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.These regulations shall apply in all its provisions to claims taken in and for Canada, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
09.32.05.09.htm 09.32.05.09. 09 Combining Wage Credits.. A. Claimants desiring to do so will be permitted to elect to combine wages under the terms of any plan for combining wage credits, of which Maryland is a cooperating member.B. All claims filed under the basic plan for combining wages shall be filed in accordance with the laws of the paying state under the terms of any Interstate Arrangement for the Combining of Wages to which Maryland is a party.C. All claims for benefits filed under the Extende
09.32.05.9999.htm 09.32.05.9999. Administrative History Effective date: February 1, 1973. Transferred from Department of Human Resources to Department of Employment and Training, effective October 1, 1983; recodified from COMAR 07.04.05 to 24.02.05)Chapter recodified from COMAR 24.02.05 to COMAR 09.32.05, May 1996.
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