I've been searching but have been unable to find details on this - maybe someone here has answers or resources:
On the Texas Unemployment site it says that:
If you quit to move with your husband or wife, you may be able to receive benefits after a disqualification of 6 to 25 weeks. This is a disqualification of both time and money, because we must subtract the number of disqualified weeks from your total benefits.
However, I cannot find any more than that - when is it 6 weeks, when 26, what is all this based on? And why does this BS rule exist in the first place? Is Texas promoting the break-up of family units??? The situation I have in mind consists of a 1000 mile relocation (16 hours per car per MSN) - commuting is pretty much out of the question....
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