OCSE is the U.S. Central Authority for international child support. We work with states and countries to provide assistance to families seeking support when family members live in different countries.
U.S. states process cases with certain countries under different types of reciprocity arrangements, including:
For Hague Convention forms to other countries, see our Hague Convention Requirements page.
Use these Hague Child Support Convention forms (fillable PDFs) for processing cases between Hague Convention countries.
For Hague Convention forms in other languages, see our Hague Convention Requirements page.
OCSE developed a nine-part webinar series to help central registry staff and caseworkers process international child support cases under UIFSA 2008.