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I Am Not On Public Aid; Does My Money Have To Go Through The Sdu?

The SDU acts for both the State of Illinois for IV­D cases and for Clerks of the Circuit Court for non IV­D cases. The SDU is required to mail checks within two days of receipt; in many instances they will mail the check the day of receipt.

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