can you get florida unemployment if you relocate?

in florida, can you get unemployment if you relocate 130 miles away from last job, 2 hour travel

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    1 decade ago
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    You are eligible for unemployment benefits if you are terminated through no fault of your own. If you relocate to a place 130 miles away and quit your job because it's too far to commute, then you cannot collect because it was your choice to move and your choice not to commute. If you were collecting UI benefits prior to moving, the change of location would not stop your benefits.

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