4141 Unemployment Compensation
4141-31-03 Benefit Rights of Interstate Claimants
Effective Date: November 12, 2018
Most Current Prior Effective Date: December 14, 1999

If a claimant files a claim against any state, and it is determined by such state that the claimant has available benefit credits in such state, claims for benefits shall be filed only against that state as long as benefit credits are available in that state. Thereafter, the claimant may file claims against any other state in which there are available benefit credits. For purposes of this rule, benefit credits shall be deemed to be unavailable whenever benefits have been exhausted, terminated, postponed for an indefinite period or for the entire period in which benefits would otherwise be payable, or whenever benefits are affected by the application of a seasonal restriction.

Effective: 11/12/2018

Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 8/21/2018 and 09/01/2023


Date: 10/26/2018

Promulgated Under: 119.03

Statutory Authority: 4141.14, 4141.13

Rule Amplifies: 4141.42

Prior Effective Dates: 02/01/1954, 07/03/1986, 05/29/1990, 12/14/1999