Employers do submit quarterly wage record reports, however this data is often out of date before the child support office receives the information. There can be as much as a sixmonth lag between the time the data is submitted and when it is available for child support enforcement. With New Hire reporting, the data is available within a significantly shorter period of time. Because the data will be current, noncustodial parents will be located more quickly, allowing child support orders to be established and/or enforced timely.
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