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Re: ANA redemption on United
I am sorry if these questions were asked and answered upthread. This thread is so old that I am assuming things have changed.
1. What does ANA charge for change/cancellation fees for booking awards on UA metal?
2. Is there an issue with booking flights for relatives from my ANA account? Will it initiate an audit?
3. Are UA EWR-TLV bookable online (if it is available saver J on United.com) ?

Thanks!
1. Free Changes, Cancellation will cost you 3000 points (this is the general rule, might be different in the current situation)
2. You would need to register the relative to your account first, see here Here
3. Yes

March 24, 2020, 10:41:24 PM
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Re: Unemployment Help
I apologize if this was asked before; if yes, maybe somebody can direct me to the correct post.
I was out of work from mid-March until late April. Recently started working again for about 2 hours a day 3-4 times a week.
Anyone know if i qualify? Also, where can i contact DOL to get backpay for the 6 weeks I was home? Does that time qualify?

Assuming NY
If you worked FT til mid-March you should qualify:

Definitely mid-March until late April. When you file a claim be sure to enter that date in mid-March as your last day worked so that you can file retroactively for all weeks. They'll contact you after your claim is filed for retroactive claims.

For partial work from late April you will only qualify for the weeks where you earned less than $504 and worked 3 days or less. For every day you work your benefit rate gets cut by 25%, but the $600 supplemental remains a flat rate.
If you're eligible for some weeks only based on the above, certify a) either for those weeks only or b) for all weeks and they'll compute when you are eligible and when you're not.
Any weeks that you certify and are ineligible your Benefit Days Available won't be decreased. (Or if you're eligible for 1,2, or 3 days only you'll only receive a partial deduction instead of the usual 4 days). This means you'll be able to be on UI longer as your days and total amount available will be deducted over a longer period of time. If they extend the $600 FPUC past 7/31 you'll be a real winner (assuming you're still able to claim partial unemployment then.)

May 14, 2020, 03:03:47 PM
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