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You should file based upon the most recent job termination, but in order to qualify you will need to provide information regarding your prior employment. The bot***** *****ne is to be upfront as to employment at both jobs. Hopefully, even though you were let go due to poor performance, you were not fired "for cause," which means you did something wrong. If you were fired "for cause," then you may not qualify for unemployment benefits. In any event, you should certainly apply, however.
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