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Understanding the Child Support Enforcement Intergovernmental Forms

Training

Published: November 2, 2017
Session # Description & files
One Provides the objectives of the training course, background for changing the forms, general discussion of changes across forms and implementation timeframes.

Introduces the first four forms:
  • Child Support Agency Confidential Information Form
  • Personal Information Form for UIFSA § 311
  • Child Support Enforcement Transmittal #1– Initial Request
  • Child Support Enforcement Transmittal #1– Initial Request Acknowledgment
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Session One Webinar Recording
Two Covers four forms:
  • Child Support Enforcement Transmittal #2 – Subsequent Actions
  • Child Support Enforcement Transmittal #3 – Request for Assistance/Discovery
  • Letter of Transmittal Requesting Registration
  • Uniform Support Petition
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Session Two Webinar Recording
Three Covers the following forms:
  • General Testimony
  • Request for Change of Support Payment Location Pursuant to UIFSA §319
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Session Three Webinar Recording
Four Covers 3 forms:
  • Notice of Determination of Controlling Order
  • Child Support Locate Request
  • Declaration in Support of Establishing Parentage
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Session Four Webinar Recording

View all Intergovernmental Child Support Forms and AT-17-01 that distributed the new forms.  OCSE’s intergovernmental forms matrix specifies which forms to use according to the specific action requested in an intergovernmental case.

 

Last Reviewed: November 2, 2017

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