This is a compilation of questions compiled and written by staffs of the Idaho Attorney General’s Office, Department of Health and Welfare and the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement. Does the legislation threaten the due process rights of Idaho’s citizens? Does the legislation threaten the privacy rights of Idaho’s citizens? only the state of residence of an individual sought for child support purposes. Foreign countries currently have no access to personal information and do not gain any access with this legislation. Does the legislation limit an Idaho court’s ability to evaluate a foreign support order? Would this legislation require Idaho’s courts to accept all foreign orders? Is there any provision in the law that bypasses court review? If the treaty is ratified, would foreign countries have direct access to Idaho citizens’ personal information?do not have direct access to personal information of Idaho citizens. The treaty does not change existing privacy and security requirements that apply to federal and state child support programs. Currently the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement is authorized to provide a foreign treaty country, upon request, only the state of residence of an individual sought for child support purposes. No other information may be disclosed… Read full this story
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