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What information and document do I need to have to apply for child support?

Q) What information and document do I need to have to apply for child support?

A) As the custodial parent or legal custodian of the child, you must provide either a valid state ID, passport, Social Security card or proof of legal immigration residency, commonly called a “green card.” For child support calculations, DCSS will need income information. For the children you will need birth certificates, Social Security cards, proof of school enrollment, and copies of any court orders regarding the children. This includes divorce, adoption, guardianship, custody, and child support orders from other states.

Documents Needed to apply for child support
A valid photo ID, such as your driver’s license or up-to-date passport
Proof of your address, such as a recent rent receipt, mortgage statement, or utility bill
Birth certificate(s) for the children for whom you are seeking child support
Your ex’s contact information or any information you have regarding his or her current address or place of employment

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  1. THEY SUCK I WENT TO COURT ON JUNE 3RD AND SINCE I HAVE BEEN TO COURT THEY HOLD MY CHILD SUPPORT STATES ITS TO ENTER THE CASE IN TO GET THE CORRECT WITH HOLDING BUT YET THEY ARE NOT EVEN TAKING THE CORRECT AMOUNT SO I HAVE TO WAIT 2 WEEKS TO BE ABLE TO GET IT AND THEN I GET TOLD THEY ARE LOOKING TO SEE WHY THERE IS A HOLD THIS IS BS ONE EXCUSE AFTER ANOTHER

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