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Applicants must meet the following three eligibility requirements in order to collect unemployment benefits in Colorado:
• Your past earnings must meet certain minimum thresholds.
• You must be unemployed through no fault of your own, as defined by Colorado law.
• You must be able and available to work and actively seeking employment.
So, the big issue for you is probably going to be being unemployed through no fault of your own as defined by the law. Usually, state law prohibits individuals who are terminated because of gross misconduct, violation of employer policies, or who have done something illegal from receiving unemployment benefits. Thus, if you are forced to leave a job because of a relocation, it is probable that you would receive unemployment benefits from the state of Colorado if you applied. When you find a new job, you must notify them immediately so the benefits may end.
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