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Have you been unemployed AND are you currently receiving, eligible for, or have exhausted unemployment benefits in the last 24 months?
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Have you been divorced in the last 24 months and were dependent on spouse's income? (Must have a copy of divorce decree, stamped by the court and signed by the judge.)
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Have you, within the past 24 months, become a widow or widower who was dependent on your spouse's income? (Must have a copy of the death certificate.)
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Have you, in the past 24 months, been discharged from the military and are you a Washington State resident and unemployed? (Must have a copy of your DD214 AND a valid ID card or driver's license issued by WSDL.)
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Are you currently an active member of the military who has received official notice of separation in the last 24 months? (Must have discharge papers, not dishonorable status.)
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Have you been laid off or lost a job through no fault of your own AND are actively claiming unemployment insurance benefits?br />
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Are you employed in a job that is considered not in demand in your area? (https://fortress.wa.gov/esd/wilma/wdclists/.)
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Were you formerly self-employed in Washington State but are no longer due to economic conditions beyond your control or due to natural disaster? (You must be able to show that local demand for your services has declined, provide last year's income tax return showing self-employment and information from ESD or other agency indicating the economic condition or natural disaster that resulted in unemployment).
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Are you the spouse or child of a veteran who is/was eligible for GI Bill educational benefits that they have not used, and do you have access to a copy of the veteran's DD214? (You may qualify for a transfer of their educational benefits through the Veteran's Administration.)
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Are you a Native American who is registered with a tribal council and eligible for benefits and services? (You may want to contact your tribal association to determine if you are eligible for grants or scholarships. Requirements vary among tribes.)
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