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  • undue hardship/eligible for UIE-living in 2 states? New Jersey Nebraska

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    Last edited by denibeans63; 06-03-2012, 01:00 PM.

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    1. Nebraska.
    2. We would have no idea. Every state have different guidelines as to what is considered "good cause" for quitting. Problem his, he would not find out unless he actually quit. The state will (almost certainly) not give him an opinion before the fact.
    3. Pretty much what you told us, except shortened. However, expect the employer to protest. It's not the employer's fault that he took a job in another state and then the economy went in the tank and he cannot sell his home.
    4. See a tax advisor. This is going to depend on the laws in Nebraska, but since his intent was to move his residence there permanently and he did live there for over a year, it's likely he would have had a filing requirement in Nebraska.
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