It is extremely important that you provide as much information as possible so ORS/CSS can proceed with your case and that you cooperate with ORS/CSS in collection efforts. Often the information that you provide to us makes the biggest difference in how effectively your case is worked. Although ORS/CSS has access to many state and federal sources that provide us with addresses and other information, some of this information is outofdate by the time we receive it. We suggest that you fill out the necessary forms to the best of your ability, consulting copies of tax forms, military papers, vehicle registrations, family members and friends, etc., as necessary to find the information; then if you learn about more information later, call the Customer Service Unit (CSU) and report it. It can help our efforts to collect support.
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