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Hi, welcome to JustAnswer. My name is Jo C, I’m a barrister with 12 years of experience and I am happy to help with your question today.
I am sorry but if you are a live in carer then you are not available for work so will not meet the test. There may be other benefits you can seek but not unemployment benefit.
If you are a live in carer then you are available for work. That is what being a carer means.
sorry, can't help because you left a negative rating.
Ok, but I still won't be able to answer further because you have left a negative rating. All the best.
Hello, you’ll need to be available to work to be eligible for unemployment benefits , and at the moment you’re not.If you become unemployed and meet the criteria then you can apply.
You can find out more information on the government website https://www.gov.uk/jobseekers-allowance which should help you understand further and check your eligibility as well as any other benefits which you may be entitled to.
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Hello thanks for your question. I would be grateful if you would provide a positive rating by clicking the stars above, and then post your new question in a new thread. This is because, unfortunately, it is outside my expertise and another expert would be better suited to help you.
I hope this helps and all the best to you. John.
Hello, it is possible if you are a high risk person and unable fulfil your duties. But you would need to speak with an employment lawyer as I am afraid this is outside my expertise. If you post this question as new under the employment law category, then a suitable expert will be able to assist you. All the best.