Switzerland Correspondence and Payment Processing Information
Correspondence: State agencies should send all child support case correspondence to the Federal Office of Justice, Central Authority for Maintenance Matters:
Central Authority for Maintenance Matters
Payments: State agencies should send child support payments directly to the payment address indicated in the application (different in each case).
Payment addresses are different in each case sent from Switzerland to the United States of America and costs for cashing checks in Switzerland are very high. Therefore the Swiss Central Authority will in each application indicate two payment addresses which are only valid for the particular case: The payment address for bank transfer and the address to which checks have to be sent if bank transfer is not possible. If in a case there is a doubt where to send payments, it is recommended to contact the Swiss Central Authority
Source: A Caseworker’s Guide to Processing Cases with Switzerland (Page 8); IRG