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Even if you receive unemployment benefits, the amount would typically be minimal since an applicant's benefits are determined by the amount of earnings (not including disability benefits) during the base period, which normally includes the applicant's earnings over the past 4 quarters, not including the quarter in which the applicant applied. While you may have enough earnings to qualify for benefits, they would typically be minimal.
Since you qualified for a disability for SDI benefits and are now able and willing to work, you may be able to obtain benefits, although they would be minimal because you have not earned wages over the past 12 months. I'm sorry.
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