Not necessarily. The allowance of an application means only that the applicant had sufficient qualifying weeks and wages. After an application is allowed and the applicant files a claim for a week of unemployment, the agency must determine if all of the eligibility requirements for that week are met. An applicant will not receive benefits for the duration of his/her unemployment if he/she: was discharged for just cause in connection with the work; or if he/she quit without just cause.
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