11.3.2 Responding - Establishment


Chapter Federal Authority
Intergovernmental Social Security Act
§452(a)(11) Duties of the Secretary
§454 (9) and (20) State plan for child and spousal support
§466(f) and (d) Requirement of statutorily prescribed procedures to improve effectiveness of child support enforcement
45 CFR 302.36 Provision of services in intergovernmental IV-D cases
45 CFR 303.7 Provision of services in intergovernmental IV-D cases

Subject State Authority
Responding – Establishment Wyo. Stat. § 20-4-142 Basis for jurisdiction over nonresident
Wyo. Stat. § 20-4-155 Duties and powers of responding tribunal
Wyo. Stat. § 20-4-157 Duties of support enforcement agency
Wyo. Stat. § 20-4-170 Petition to establish support order
Wyoming Child Support Enforcement Rules
Chapter 4 General Services
Chapter 16 Services in Intergovernmental Cases
Policy Number Effective Date
11.3.2 July 1, 2015

Overview

The Wyoming CSE Program is required to provide the same IV-D services for incoming intergovernmental cases as it does for intrastate cases.  When the Wyoming Central Registry receives an intergovernmental case, the Central Registry reviews the packet for specific federal forms and forwards it to the appropriate District CSE Office for action.

Policy

Because intergovernmental cases are handled the same as in-state cases, case workers will follow policy established in other chapters within the Wyoming Policy Manual.

Paternity

When a District CSE Office receives a request from another state to establish paternity, the case worker shall:

In most instances, a request to establish paternity is accompanied by a request to establish child and medical support as described below.  

Establishment

When a District CSE Office receives a request from another state to establish child and medical support, the case worker will:

Cross Reference
Version Number Last Revised Date
2July 1, 2015