It depends on how sick her daughter is? It is life-threatening?Diablo3rocks wrote: ↑Sep 8th, 2012 5:43 pmI was hoping that b166er1337 could help me with this...
Anyways here's the story.... My friend wasn't able to compete her EI report because her daughter was sick. She completed her EI report after 4 weeks. Now EI Canada has sent her a letter stating - " We are writing to inform you we cannot pay you employment insurance benefits as of July -- 2012.
Your family responsibilities prevent you from accepting a job and therefore, you have no proven your availability.
If you have new or additional information which could change this decision, or would like more details, please contact us."
So I'm wonder how we can change their decision? What should we tell them? We already have told them that her daughter was sick.
Thank you ! ! !
When someone is preoccupied that she can not complete her reports on time (it took literally 3 minutes), how can she prove she is available for work?
Now, to resume her regular benefits, your friend has to prove she has proper child care arrangement or her kid has recovered fully that she is now available for work.