Will I qualify for Unemployment Benefits in Illinois if I'm receiving a pension from Indiana?

I lost a great job in Illinois after two years due to funding cuts. I have a letter from my employer indicating that I may qualify for Unemployment Benefits. I'm unsure how to answer the following questions on the Unemployment application: 1) "Are you receiving or have you applied for a pension?" 2) "If yes, did you make contributions to your pension fund?" Are these questions specific to Illinois? I do receive a pension from a long held job from Indiana. Will receiving a pension from Indiana prevent me from qualifying for Unemployment Benefits in Illinois?

0 answers  |  asked Aug 14, 2017 2:08 PM [EST]  |  applies to Illinois

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