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  • U.S. Govt Contractor Denied unemployment benefits

    I am a U.S. Govt contractor living oversea's. I do not have a residence in the states because I have been supporting our troops for the past 3yrs and lost my job at no fault to me. I have verified that I am eligible for benefits as my previous employer is located in Houston and I would received 350.00 per week. But, because I am not in the states and can not afford to come back I can not receive my benefits.

    I am currenlty submitting 10 to 20 applications every day and have registered to numerous job sites. I want to work and should find a job soon but I need my BENEFITS to surive and support my family. WHAT CAN I DO. PLEASE HELP!

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