Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife


How does my Social Security Number (SSN) help with child support compliance?

Collecting SSNs is part of a nationwide effort to improve compliance with child support orders. If a parent owes at least six months of back child support and has not entered into an agreement to pay his/her child support, the Division of Child Support (DCS) will ask licensing agencies, including the Department of Licensing and the Department of Fish and Wildlife, to revoke the person's existing license and not issue a new license. The WILD licensing system's computer terminals are programmed to block the sale of recreational licenses to individuals designated by DCS, as non-compliant with a child support order.

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9th of July, 2012

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