I worked at a Law Firm for 2 yrs and left to go work at an Animal Clinic with Benefits and closer home(20 mins to work instead of 45 mins). The Animal Clinic did not work out so I asked to go back to the Law Firm. They let me come back working at home with a reduced pay that what I was previously making, I was happy with that because I was home and not making that 45 mins drive. Well out of the blue the office manager emailed me and told me that the boss lady said for me to bring all work back to office because they have caught up and no longer needed me. I'm going to apply for unemployment but first wanted to ask for a letter stating that I was let go for lack of work. The boss said she can not do that because I was not an employee, I was an independant contractor(I was not aware of this). Can I still draw unemployment?
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