Can Caretakers Get Unemployment Benefits (PUA) as Schools Reopen | Guidelines Just Released by DOL



Dr. Chhoda examines brand new government guidelines (from the Department of Labor) for caretakers, as schools are partially reopening and addresses whether they still qualify for PUA:

Review this 5 page PDF, just released by Employment And Training Administration Advisory System, US Department Of Labor, Washington, DC 20210

https://wdr.doleta.gov/directives/attach/UIPL/UIPL_16-20_Change_3_acc.pdf

According to the letter:

THIS IS WHEN A CARETAKER IS ELIGIBLE FOR PUA

An individual who is: 1) ineligible for regular UC, EB, and PEUC; and 2) self certifies that he or she is unemployed, partially unemployed, or unable or unavailable to work because “a child or other person in the household for which the individual has primary caregiving responsibility is unable to attend school or another facility that is closed as a direct result of the pandemic and such school or facility care is required for the individual to work” may be eligible for PUA, as described in Section
2102(a)(3)(A)(ii)(I)(dd) of the CARES Act.

THIS IS WHEN A CARETAKER IS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR PUA

However, as described in Section 2102(a)(3)(B) of the CARES Act, the individual is not eligible for PUA if he or she has the ability to telework with pay or if he or she is receiving paid sick leave or other paid leave benefits, regardless of whether the individual is unemployed, partially unemployed, or unable or unavailable to work because of one of the pandemic related reasons listed in the statute at Section 2102(a)(3)(A)(ii)(I).

Dr. Chhoda explores 3 scenarios:

Scenario 1: The school system goes fully online as a direct result of the pandemic.

Scenario 2: The school system operates in a “hybrid” environment as a direct result of the pandemic, where students attend school in-person some days of the week, with the rest of the week being done remotely, online.

Scenario 3: The school system provides students the option to stay home and attend online classes or to attend school in-person full time.

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44 comments

  1. kizer auto details kizerclean that car

    What heppens when the school year ends. Am I just out of payments? Is there another box I can check to keep pua. It's all I have

  2. Jenn ForReal

    Schools are open but not daycares how does that work

  3. janet johnson

    Hello Doc do you have an email so I can ask you a question in reference to put?

  4. Hi I was a CNA and the clients my agency has were Covid Clients that I was not trained to work with. I only worked with the company for 4 months. I have not been back with that company in 2 months. I do have a child at home what will I be able to apply for if anything?

  5. Amanda Rawls

    Thank you for this information this may have just saved my family because I also have a disabled son that can't go to a specialized school anymore and I've always been his caregiver full-time but I'm in Kansas so they don't even pay the moms and dads for being a caregiver

  6. My child goes half of a day 4 days a week in school no school Friday w special need. Caregiver unavailable to watch before school due to illness. As mom, I'm part-time for a week now. Eligible?

  7. What do l do if l was caregiver , but l put it on my application but the lady l work for don't want to verify it for me l ask her over and over if she would l would be over my 100 because l started in 2019 , so that y l am not get my full employment , so what can l do ,do l have to call a tell l what to apply for PUA , what number l call for that,

  8. Can my mom get PUA if she’s on social security? She use to do cleaning part time but she doesn’t pay taxes.

  9. Nicholas Jordan

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    Mine is "5 states away" and having never met this lifetime she read's my mind closer than the proverbial Open Book

    2102 (a) ¶ 3 traditionally in IRS rulings small tools used by individual are not deductible business expense

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  12. Hi my friend the one that get less then 100 employment do not get 300, but when they were giving 600 they got it and they were getting less then 100 , y is that, we need it to

  13. Valerie Schnepf

    If I get less than 100.00 a week unemployment and I have a daughter with anxiety just graduated high school thinking about college also take care of my parents will I qualify for pua🤦‍♀️

  14. Yolanda Phillips

    Thank you one million times. You are much appreciated. I will personally be referring many family, friends,& coworkers to your site. And I am hopeful that all others will do the same. The people are in need of such clear concise guidance now, if ever before. Keep on keeping on. Have a perfect day.

  15. Tamana Jiandani

    i get dua benefits how will that last

  16. Georgette Castillion

    Thanks for sharing this imperative & very informative document!

  17. Rebellious inc.

    Are they ever gonna do anything for people on disability or social security? The price of everything has went up,including utilities with kids being home. Thanks!

  18. Juarlesa Williams

    Very helpful information to help people ❤️

  19. Astrid Cifuentes

    Thank you so much for all this valuable information!!! I was thinking everyday anoint this topic since my kids are going to hybrid school. I’m really glad you talked about it

  20. Thanks again for your interest in keeping us updated 🙂 👍

  21. If they give caretakers then they need to give people getting less than 100

  22. Sissy maye maye

    Dr. Chodda,
    If your wife ever questions you again as to why you make so many videos, please show her my comment:

    Mrs. Chodda, THANK YOU SO MUCH for the sacrifice of time spent with your husband so that he can record these videos for us. I am a single mother who's unemployment benefits are about to run out. The amount I get is only JUST enough to make ends meet, but at least it's SOMETHING. Without out it, I had NO IDEA what would happen next, but I knew it probably wouldn't be good. Your husband's reporting just gave me a glimmer of hope. I WOULD'VE NEVER KNOWN ABOUT THIS if your husband didn't alert us to this option. So please don't be upset with your husband. He may have just saved myself and my family as well as countless others a LOT of headache AND heartache in the near future. Thank you both very much🙇🏾‍♀️.

  23. Monalisa Lowe

    Thank you for the info

  24. That's. Great. For. The. Unemployed. But. They're not the. Only one s. Out. Here. That's hurting. You. Know

  25. Erica Santis

    I recievd 146 for ui becauze they take child support and get this i don't owe my taxes alreadt paid it. Now I'm afraid even though i don't owe they will take my pandemic check

  26. Sharon Miller

    Very great info, I’ll be sure to pass this along!

  27. I receive 146 dollars in state unemployment benefits.that is split between child support and myself only receiving 73 of the 146 do I still qualify for extension benefits

  28. Dorothy Donaldson

    U be on it…..Thanks for all u do…

  29. Do you know what's the oldest age of a child that the parent is considered a caretaker?

  30. Please can you make title in your videos I can’t understand everything

  31. Always on point!

  32. ok what about the people making lower do they get it like $59 a week do they get it

  33. Madeline Menor

    No news on stimulus checks! Two days I will be living in my car! Thanks Mitch! You piece of butt💩💩💩

  34. Kimulita Mann

    Thank you

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    Hello my friend,
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    I always watch your program,
    I’ll like for you to teach me and Direct me to A Financial Freedom please,
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  36. Cant Hide👀

    Thank you. My son's school was going to do the hybrid leaning but has decided to do 100% virtual learning.

  37. Joan Rodrigues

    Your research @ delivery is very commendable Dr.

  38. Leslie Renee

    Thank you so much for this information:)

  39. Essie Amorin

    This information is very important. Thank you so much.

  40. Meseret Dessalegn

    Thank you 🙏 for sharing ❤️👌👍

  41. Lisa Addison

    How about South Carolina

  42. Angel Robinson

    WHAT'S UP DOC! 🎶🎼🕺🕴️ LOVE YOUR SNAZZY GLASSES 😍💗 ANGEL FROM ASHEVILLE NC 🌄🏕️👼🛸🚀🇺🇸😎

  43. Michelle Ormsby

    1 hello 😃

  44. Hello Dr

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