It is estimated that over 30 percent of child support cases involve parents who do not live in the same state as their children. By matching this New Hire data with child support participant information at the national level, the Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) will be able to assist states in locating parents who are living in other states. Upon receipt of New Hire information from other states, state child support enforcement agencies will take the steps necessary to establish paternity, establish a child support order or enforce existing orders.
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