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2016-02-07T22:21:31+05:30
The Department of Public Aid's Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) provides services for dependent children who receive cash or medical benefits.This memorandum provides policy clarification on who is required to cooperate with child support enforcement activities. An applicant who is not required to cooperate may request services by completing the child support application process. If a person who is not required to cooperate requests child support services and later fails to cooperate, DCSE closes their case. A person who is not required to cooperate is not subject to a sanction.
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