a. The department shall use administrative enforcement, to the same extent as used for intrastate cases, in response to a request made by another state to enforce a support order, and shall promptly report the results of the enforcement procedure to the requesting state. The department shall respond to a request made by another state to enforce a support order through electronic means, when feasible.
b. The department may, by electronic or other means, transmit to another state a request for assistance in enforcing support orders through administrative enforcement.
c. The requesting state's request shall:
(1) include such information as will enable the state to which the request is transmitted to compare the information about the case to the information in the databases of the state; and
(2) constitute a certification by the requesting state:
(a) of the amount of support under an order that the payment of which is in arrears; and
(b) that the requesting state has complied with all procedural due process requirements applicable to each case.
d. If the department provides assistance to another state pursuant to this section with respect to a case, neither state shall consider the case to be transferred to the caseload of the other state.
e. The department shall maintain records of: the number of requests for assistance received by the State; the number of cases for which the State collected support in response to the request; and the amount of support collected.
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