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International Case Processing Under UIFSA 2008

Training

Published: December 5, 2017
Module # Descriptions & Files
Module 1:
Overview of 2007 Hague Child Support Convention
Provides the background for the Convention, discusses the negotiation process, explains terminology under the Convention, and highlights UIFSA's role in implementing the Convention in the United States.
Module 2:
Central Authorities and Applications under the Hague Child Support Convention
Builds off of Module 1 to provide more background on the Convention and focuses on the role of the Central Authorities in processing applications under the Convention.
Module 3:
Recognition and Enforcement of a Convention Order under UIFSA (2008) – Incoming Application
Explains the forms and procedures for incoming applications for recognition and enforcement of a support order issued by a Convention country.
Module 4:
Recognition and Enforcement of a Convention Order under UIFSA (2008) – Outgoing Application
Explains the forms and procedures for outgoing applications for recognition and enforcement of a U.S. support order in a Convention country.
Module 5:
Establishment of a Convention Order, Including Where Necessary Establishment of Parentage
Describes the forms and procedures for the establishment of a child support order under the Hague Child Support Convention, including the establishment of parentage, where necessary.
Module 6:
Modification of a Support Order under the Convention –Incoming Application
Describes the forms and procedures for incoming modification applications under the Hague Child Support Convention.
Module 7:
Modification of a Support Order under the Convention - Outgoing Application
Explains the Hague Convention forms and procedures for outgoing applications for modification of a support order.
Module 8:
Convention Implementation Topics/Issues
Discusses Hague Convention implementation issues including Convention scope, translation, costs, payment processing, and other case processing topics.
Module 9:
Processing of a Non-Convention Case
Describes processing international support cases from countries with bilateral reciprocity arrangements that are not Convention countries.
Last Reviewed: December 5, 2017

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