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Code of Virginia - Title 60.2 Unemployment Compensation - Chapter 6 Benefits

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  • 60.2-600 No assignment of benefits; exemptions
    Any assignment, pledge or encumbrance of any right to benefits which are or may become due or payable under this title shall be void except ...
  • 60.2-601 Payment of benefits
    All benefits shall be paid through public employment offices, in accordance with such regulations as the Commission may prescribe. (Code 1950, § 60-41; 1968, c. ...
  • 60.2-602 Weekly benefit amount
    A. Beginning July 3, 2005, for claims effective on or after July 3, 2005, but before July 2, 2006, an eligible individual's weekly "benefit amount" ...
  • 60.2-603 Weekly benefit for unemployment
    A. Each eligible individual who is unemployed in any week shall be paid for such week a benefit equal to his weekly benefit amount less ...
  • 60.2-604 Reduction of benefit amount by amount of pension; elimination of pension reduction based on fund so...
    The weekly benefit amount payable to an individual for any week which begins in a period for which such individual is receiving a governmental or ...
  • 60.2-605 Benefit rights based on benefit year
    Benefit rights of individuals shall be based solely upon the benefit year as defined in § 60.2-206. (Code 1950, § 60-44; 1960, c. 136; 1968, ...
  • 60.2-606 Benefits when wages irregular
    If the remuneration payable to an individual is not based upon a fixed period or duration of time or if the individual's wages are payable ...
  • 60.2-607 Maximum total benefit amounts
    The maximum total amount of benefits payable to any individual during any benefit year shall be determined from the "Benefit Table" shown in § 60.2-602 ...
  • 60.2-608 Child support intercept of unemployment benefits
    A. Any individual filing a new claim for unemployment compensation shall, at the time of filing such claim, disclose whether or not the individual owes ...
  • 60.2-608.1 Deduction and withholding of federal income tax
    A. For all payments made after December 31, 1996, federal income tax may be deducted and withheld from a benefit payment if the individual receiving ...
  • 60.2-608.2 Withholding of benefits; food stamp overissuance
    A. Any individual filing a new claim for unemployment compensation shall, at the time of filing such claim, disclose whether or not the individual owes ...
  • 60.2-609 Reciprocal arrangements with agencies of other states or federal government
    A. 1. The Commission shall participate in any arrangements for the payment of compensation on the basis of combining an individual's wages and employment covered ...
  • 60.2-610 Extended benefits defined
    A. As used in this article, unless the context clearly requires otherwise, "extended benefit period" means a period which: 1. Begins with the third week ...
  • 60.2-611 Receipt of extended benefits
    A. Except when the result would be inconsistent with the other provisions of this section, as provided in the regulations of the Commission, the provisions ...
  • 60.2-612 Benefit eligibility conditions
    An unemployed individual shall be eligible to receive benefits for any week only if the Commission finds that: 1. He has, in the highest two ...
  • 60.2-613 Benefits not denied to individuals in training with approval of Commission
    A. No otherwise eligible individual shall be denied benefits for any week because he is in training with the approval of the Commission, including training ...
  • 60.2-614 Service required during immediately preceding benefit year in which individual received benefit...
    No individual may receive benefits in a benefit year unless, subsequent to the beginning of the immediately preceding benefit year during which he received benefits, ...
  • 60.2-615 Benefits based on employment by state or political subdivision, certain hospitals, educational inst...
    Benefits based on service in employment defined in subsection A of § 60.2-213 shall be payable in the same amount on the same terms and ...
  • 60.2-616 Benefits based on services in connection with sports
    Benefits based on services, substantially all of which consist of participating in sports or athletic events or training or preparing to so participate, shall not ...
  • 60.2-617 Benefits denied to certain aliens
    A. Benefits shall not be paid on the basis of services performed by an alien unless such individual was lawfully admitted for permanent residence at ...
  • 60.2-618 Disqualification for benefits
    An individual shall be disqualified for benefits upon separation from the last employing unit for whom he has worked 30 days or 240 hours or ...
  • 60.2-619 Determinations and decisions by deputy; appeals therefrom
    A. 1. A representative designated by the Commission as a deputy, shall promptly examine the claim. On the basis of the facts found by him, ...
  • 60.2-620 Hearing and decision on appeal
    A. Appeals filed under § 60.2-619 shall be heard by an appeal tribunal appointed pursuant to § 60.2-621. Such appeal tribunal, after affording the claimant ...
  • 60.2-621 Appeal tribunals
    In order to hear and decide disputed claims expeditiously, the Commissioner shall establish one or more impartial appeal tribunals consisting in each case of either ...
  • 60.2-622 Commission review
    A. The Commission (i) may on its own motion affirm, modify, or set aside any decision of an appeal tribunal on the basis of the ...
  • 60.2-623 Procedure generally; confidentiality of information
    A. The manner in which disputed claims shall be presented, reports required from the claimant and from employers, the conduct of hearings and appeals before ...
  • 60.2-623.1 Party's recording of hearing
    A. Any party to a compensation hearing of the Virginia Employment Commission may employ the use of a court reporter to record for transcription the ...
  • 60.2-624 Witness expenses
    Witnesses subpoenaed pursuant to this chapter shall be allowed expenses at a rate fixed by the Commission. Such expenses shall be deemed a part of ...
  • 60.2-625 Judicial review
    A. Within thirty days after the decision of the Commission upon a hearing pursuant to § 60.2-622 has been mailed, any party aggrieved who seeks ...
  • 60.2-626 Oaths and witnesses; subpoenas
    In the discharge of the duties imposed by this title, the chairman of an appeal tribunal and any duly authorized representative or member of the ...
  • 60.2-627 Failure to obey subpoenas; orders of court
    In case of contumacy by, or refusal to obey a subpoena issued to any person, any court of this Commonwealth within the jurisdiction of which ...
  • 60.2-628 Protection against self-incrimination
    No person shall be excused from attending and testifying or from producing books, papers, correspondence, memoranda, and other records before the Commission in any cause ...
  • 60.2-629 Redetermination of claims
    Notwithstanding any other provisions of this title, the Commission may, at any time within one year from the date the deputy's determination becomes final pursuant ...
  • 60.2-630 Authority to set aside or vacate determinations and decisions
    The Commission may, in its discretion, at any time before a determination or decision becomes final pursuant to §§ 60.2-619, 60.2-621, or § 60.2-622, with ...
  • 60.2-631 Board of Review
    A. The Commissioner, in his discretion, is hereby authorized to appoint a Board of Review consisting of three members, one of whom shall be designated ...
  • 60.2-632 False statements, etc., to obtain or increase benefits
    Whoever makes a false statement or representation knowing it to be false or knowingly fails to disclose a material fact, with intent to obtain or ...
  • 60.2-633 Receiving benefits to which not entitled
    A. Any person who has received any sum as benefits under this title to which he was not entitled shall be liable to repay such ...
  • 60.2-634 Receiving back pay after reinstatement
    Whenever the Commission finds that a discharged employee has received back pay at his customary wage rate from his employer after reinstatement such employee shall ...
  • 60.2-635 Deprivation of further benefits
    Any person who has been finally convicted under this chapter shall be deprived of any further benefits for the one-year period next ensuing after the ...

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