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If the agency receives a support order that requires immediate income withholding
(1) for an order that is being enforced by the agency, the agency will promptly take all reasonable steps to locate an employer of the obligor; within two business days after the agency receives information regarding the identity and location of the obligor's employer, the agency will issue to the employer an order to withhold and deliver under AS 25.27.250 , without prior notice to the obligor;
(2) for an order that is not being enforced by the agency, the agency will provide payment services only if the obligor or the custodial parent requests immediate income withholding by the agency or obtains immediate income withholding through a tribunal of competent jurisdiction other than the agency; payment services consist of the issuance of orders to withhold and deliver under AS 25.27.250 , the receipt and disbursement of payments, and the maintenance of records of those payments; under this paragraph,
(A) if the agency receives a request from the obligor or the custodial parent for immediate income withholding under this paragraph, the agency will issue to the obligor's employer an order to withhold and deliver under AS 25.27.250 , without prior notice to the obligor, within two business days after the agency receives information regarding the identity and location of the obligor's employer;
(B) an individual subject to the order or a child support enforcement agency of another state may apply for full collection services under 15 AAC 125.800; a withdrawal from full collection services in matters subject to immediate income withholding under this section does not terminate payment services under the support order.
History: Eff. 10/1/98, Register 147
Authority: AS 25.27.020
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