If you were receiving PEUC, those benefits should have stopped on September 6, 2021.
Your state was required to continue to process pending PEUC claims for any weeks of unemployment prior to that date.
Most states process benefit claims a week after you are eligible. So, you may have received payments after September 6th, but should not have been eligible for benefits for any weeks of unemployment after September 6, 2021.
However, you may have been and may still be eligible to switch over to regular unemployment insurance or extended benefits depending on your circumstances and what state you are in.
Your state must provide you with information on any benefits you may be eligible for and how to switch over to another program.
If you don’t receive this information directly, please visit your state department of labor website to find out more information.
If your state allows you to backdate UI claims, then you should be able file a new claim for benefits after the September 6th termination date if you would have been eligible for benefits for any weeks prior to September 6th but had not yet filed for benefits. Again, please visit your state department of labor’s website for more information.
You can find your respective state labor agency here.