Can one obtain unemployment if the past company they worked for did not pay into unemployment

Worked for a nonfor profit daycare for two years and the company did/does not pay into unemployment insurance but I found a new job that does pay into unemployment, but then got laid off from that, the quarters that unemployment are looking at is from the previous employer who did pay into unemployment and also the daycare job, the company who did not pay into unemployment, I was advised that they denied me because I did not make 1.5 times my highest quarter wages, can file for an appeal and likely win if I provide my w-2 or paystubs of my employment during the quarters of the daycare even if the company did not report it.

0 answers  |  asked Apr 16, 2011 10:39 PM [EST]  |  applies to Indiana

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