What If I Change Jobs Or Move Out Of State?
By law (U.C.A. 62A11304.2(7)), you are required to keep ORS/CSS apprised of your whereabouts. If you change jobs or addresses, call the Customer Service Unit in the appropriate ORS office with the new information as soon as possible. This way, your children will continue to receive the support to which they are entitled, without interruption or delay.
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