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PUA provides up to 39 weeks of benefits to individuals not eligible for regular unemployment or extended benefits. PUA is only available from the week ending February 28, 2020 through the week ending December 26, 2020.When does fpuc phase out for Pua in Hawaii?
All individuals collecting PUA will also receive an additional $600 per week from the FPUC program. Individuals will be eligible for FPUC payments for the weeks ending 04/04/20 through 07/25/20 as well as 1/2/21 through 3/14/21 ( in the amount of $300, with a phaseout to April 5).How does Pua relate to regular unemployment claims?
What is PUA and how does it relate to regular Unemployment claims? PUA is a new federal program that provides funding for individuals who are not eligible to receive regular unemployment compensation. PUA is a separate program from regular State unemployment insurance. How do I apply for PUA?Who is eligible for Pua benefits in Hawaii?
You may be eligible for PUA if you are self-employed, do not have sufficient work history to qualify for regular UI, or have exhausted your rights to regular UI benefits or extended benefits. You must provide self-certification that you are otherwise able & available to work, but can’t due to one of the these reasons: