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User: Ely
Date: 5/11/2012 0:02 am
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There are rights of child support for my son who's father is a citizen of US. We had a relationship for eight years. I meet him at work. I did quit my job to save his. He took me there to obtain residency, but he never started the divorce proceedings. Today he steel married, continues his life between NY and Miami. He refuse to support us. My soon is a citizen born at San José, Costa Rica. I have a year living with relatives because I can't pay rent.
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User: DOS Family Liaison Office (FLO
Date: 5/11/2012 2:37 pm
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We will need more inforamtion in order to help you find resources. You may contact FLOAskSupport@state.gov for assistance.
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User: Anonymous
Date: 5/22/2012 2:43 pm
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Good morning! I want to ask about child support garnishment. I got a divorce decree in Nevada. But in the Philippines, the divorce decree was not valid since I was still a filipino citizen at that time and Philippines don't have divorce. So annulment procedure is needed now in the Philippines. The court order in Nevada set a child support amount for a Filipino child living in the philippines and was not a resident of the United States. My mistake, I did a quick divorce that leads me to paying this child support amount and the arrears in the Philippines, which is a huge money in the Philippines for a 9 years old kid. The filipino custodian living in the philippines with the child opened a case in child support enforcement agency to garnish my wage. The custodian sent the application for garnishment without her appearance here in the United States. As I read there's an article that states taht the child and the custodian must have social security in order to open the case. They are not a resident of any of the state in the United States. How can I stop the garnishment and the arrears which I think I can because the custodian and the child was not a US resident nor a citizen of United States of America. I am in the process of getting the child support order in the Philippines in which the child was born and was living until the present. I just want to stop all this child support garnishment and the offset of my tax. As I heard and read from an article, Philippines is not a reciprocating country. If the child resides in the Philippines, the Philippines is the jurisdiction of the child. I don't know what to do and some attorney I have talk too wasn't familiar with this. I'd like to know if you can help me, since I have 2 kids on my own here in the United States. I am in the process of filing for child support in the Philippines where the child lives. I really wanted your advice and I hope you can help me with this.
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Child support
User: Girlie
Date: 3/20/2013 2:24 am
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hello. i want to ask if there i any agency who can help me in USA that can help me regarding my situation. I am living here in Philippines and i also have a 3 months old daughter and his father was an american. we've planned to have this child but unfortunately when i was 3 months pregnant i found out that he has a family. i already consult an attorney here in philippines who can help me to get a court order for him to do paternity test but they told me it ill be very hard for me since my ex bf was in USA. is there any agency in USA that can help me to forced him to do child support?please help me with my situation.
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User: ejg
Date: 3/20/2013 7:28 am
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You may wish to contact the consular section at the US Embassy in Manila. The Consular Affairs Bureau has an office of child issues and a consular officer in Manila may be able to put you in touch with them.
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User: Patrick
Date: 4/28/2013 8:13 pm
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This will be very costly for you, and in the end you probably will not get what you are seeking.Why not talk to the man and come to an agreement it will save you wasted time and money.
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User: Patrick
Date: 4/29/2013 3:44 am
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If everything does go through this BF also has the right for visitation. Are you willing to let your child go to the US to be with the father?
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User: Mel
Date: 4/7/2014 8:54 pm
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There are rights of child support for my son who's father is a citizen of US. We had a relationship for eight years. I meet him at work. I did quit my job to save his. He took me there to obtain residency, but he never started the divorce proceedings. Today he steel married, continues his life between NY and Miami. He refuse to support us. My soon is a citizen born at San José, Costa Rica. I have a year living with relatives because I can't pay rent.
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Re: Child support
User: Rose
Date: 10/14/2014 11:57 pm
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International



As the U.S. central authority for international child support, OCSE assists states and countries with cases when family members live in different countries. The U.S. government has arrangements with 26 foreign reciprocating countries and provinces (FRCs) to provide child support services. We work with the U.S. Department of State to negotiate and implement FRC arrangements and the new international Hague treaty for child support.
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User: Ely
Date: 5/23/2012 10:27 am
Views: 1324
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Specifically, I mean if my child can receive food assistance being estaunidense voluntary recognition of his father. Born in Costa Rican. The relationship lasted eight years during the economically support was done as well as fulfill their parental role. Then I give up my job to save him from working in the same multinational company he open New York or Florida, me at Costa Rica branch. Last year we went to Florida with he has on mind we stayed together and grow our son as a family but we can formalize our relation due the studies show he continues married and didn't started any divorce process. Two months ago he left us. My son has not more economic support. Because he doesn't apply for residence at my country, work or leave in the here, I have a hard to sue him here at my country. The bottom is the kid I think deserves further study and ensure a stable life not matter what.
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