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In 1950, Congress passed the first Federal child support enforcement legislation requiring State welfare agencies to notify appropriate law enforcement officials when it became necessary to provide aid to dependent children who had been abandoned or deserted by a parent

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How do you notifify US Immigration of Failure to pay child support?

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