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If you have a dispute with social security's reporting of your income you can fix that here: https://faq.ssa.gov/link/portal/34011/34019/Article/3853/How-do-I-correct-my-earnings-record
But I'm going to tell you that your social security reported earnings have no bearing on whether you qualify for unemployment. To get unemployment you must simply have enough work credits and income within the first four of the last five work quarters - this is also called you "base period". Employers must report your income and pay a tax to the state unemployment fund as a percentage of your income on a quarterly basis; this is separate from what is reported to social security. Thus, to get unemployment you'd simply have to apply and see what they determine are your earnings in your base period, and, if you disagree with what they claim are your earnings, then you should protest that finding. In any event you'd have to change your earnings records at both agencies - unemployment and social security...changing them at one does not alter the other.
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