N.J. Admin. Code § 12:17-22.3 - Procedures for filing of claims for benefits

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) All claims and other required documents relating to a claim for family leave insurance benefits during unemployment may be filed by mail, except in those cases where the claimant is notified by the Division of Temporary Disability Insurance that a personal appearance or examination will be required. Filing by mail shall be deemed complete as of the postmarked date unless the claimant can provide evidence of an earlier date of mailing.
(b) Family leave insurance benefits shall be payable to a claimant residing in another state or in Canada, provided he or she complies with the requirements of the Unemployment Compensation Law and this subchapter.
(c) If an independent medical examination of a care recipient is required, the Division shall authorize such examination to be made by a licensed medical practitioner. The payment of examination fees shall be consistent with those fees established in 12:21-3.1(g) concerning family leave insurance benefits examination fees.
(d) If a care recipient refuses to submit to an independent medical examination by a licensed medical practitioner designated by the Division of Temporary Disability Insurance, the claimant shall be disqualified from receiving all benefits for the period of family leave in question, except for benefits already paid.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 12:17-22.3

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