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Decision 75264 Full Text of Decision 75264

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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The claimant was denied an extension of his E. I benefit qualifying period. He held that Canadian immigration had sent him back to the United States due to external circumstances beyond his control and that he did not leave Canada of his own accord. He was not re-admitted to Canada until June 8, 2009. The Commission determined that it could not extend the claimant's qualifying period because his situation did not meet the conditions under which an extension is allowed. He argued that if the Act could extend the qualifying period for an inmate who has committed a crime, it could not deny the same to an exile. The claimant's appeal is dismissed by the Umpire.


Decision 64646 Full Text of Decision 64646

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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The claimant had requested that the insurable hours of employment she accumulated in 2003 be allowed and applied to qualify her claim - but the Umpire and the BOR stated that the Act does not provide for an extension of the qualifying period for absence from Canada.


Decision 28281 Full Text of Decision 28281

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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Hospitalized 6 months during her stay in France. According to the CEIC, the claimant did not demonstrate that had it not been for his incapability he would otherwise be available for work, being outside of Canada. Based on CUB 16819 the Board rightfully refused the extension requested.

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basic concepts qualifying period extension applicability

Decision 26427 Full Text of Decision 26427

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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Claimant left his employment to engage in missionary work as a volunteer and left the country. On his return to Canada, he had only 2 insurable weeks in his qualifying period. Unfortunately, the statute does not provide for an extension of the qualifying period in such a case.


Decision 24218 Full Text of Decision 24218

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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While on a 3-month vacation in Portugal, claimant was diagnosed as having cancer. Surgery and chemo-therapy delayed her return to Canada for 6 months. Para._7(2)(a) is inapplicable, says the Commission, because she was on vacation when she became incapable of work. I do not read this in 7(2)(a).

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basic concepts qualifying period extension applicability

Decision 18661 Full Text of Decision 18661

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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Left for Ecuador in 3-88. Due to return 7-88 but fell sick. Return ticket not submitted but medical evidence on file. The Board did not err in finding that she failed to establish that the sole reason she was not employed in insurable employment in Canada was illness.

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basic concepts qualifying period extension applicability

Decision 16819 Full Text of Decision 16819

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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Left employment in Canada 31-7-86 to move to Australia where she worked until hospitalized in 11-86. Returned to Canada in 9-87. Extension possible under ss.7(2) if one not employed in insurable employment due to illness. The crucial expression here is insurable employment.

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basic concepts qualifying period extension applicability

Decision 14946 Full Text of Decision 14946

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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Following last day worked, claimant went out of Canada for 1 year with husband posted in Germany as member of the Canadian Armed Forces. She feels that she should be allowed an extension.


Decision 12235 Full Text of Decision 12235

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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The claimant suggests she was confined by the "institution of marriage" [to explain her stay in England for one year], but that is not the kind of institution meant by ss.18(2).


Decision 11223 Full Text of Decision 11223

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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Resigned her position to accompany husband to Australia. Returned 12 months later. Alleges unfairness. Not covered by the term "quarantine". Parliament's wisdom not to grant extensions to those absent from country.


Decision 09400 Full Text of Decision 09400

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basic concepts qualifying period extension out of canada
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Claimant resigned to follow husband overseas. Upon her return 4 years later, she contends she should have the same right as is given to one confined in a jail.

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