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Estatutos Seleccionados: District of Columbia

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5 de abril de 2024

§ 46-224.02. Parent locator service.

(a) The IV-D agency is established as the District’s centralized Parent Locator Service to locate parents of children in need of support.

(b) An officer or employee of the District shall cooperate with the IV-D agency to determine the location of a parent who is not supporting his or her child. The officer or employee shall provide any pertinent information that relates to the location, income, or property of a parent, notwithstanding any District statute, ordinance, or rule that makes the information confidential.

(c) A company, corporation, partnership, association, union, organization, or entity doing business in the District shall provide the IV-D agency with the following available information, if the IV-D agency certifies that the information shall be used to locate a parent of a child in need of support and that the information obtained will be treated as confidential by the IV-D agency unless the parent’s name is published or reported to a consumer credit reporting agency pursuant to § 46-225:

(1) Full name of the parent;

(2) Name and address of the parent’s employer;

(3) Social security number of the parent;

(4) Date of birth of the parent;

(5) Home address of the parent;

(6) Amount of wages earned by the parent; and

(7) Number of dependents claimed by the parent on state and federal income withholding forms.

(d) A person may not knowingly refuse to give the IV-D agency information that will assist the IV-D agency in locating the parent of a child.

(e) A person who knowingly refuses to provide information or provides false information that has been requested pursuant to subsection (c) of this section, upon conviction, shall be imprisoned for not more than 3 months, fined not more than $1,000, or both.