The mark of the Beast?????
One does not NEED to make this chit up.
[42 U.S.C. 666]
What you are about to read is a compilation of excerpts from section 666 of the United States Code, which is where the above stated requirements are set out. Codified laws and statutes are difficult to read in their native format. To simplify reading, paragraph and section numbering have been removed and sentences were allowed to flow together where appropriate. The following has not been embellished in any way other than the addition of a very few comments which are so indicated with [square brackets].
[The excerpts from 666 begins here. Remember, if it is not in brackets it is federal law.]
“REQUIREMENT OF STATUTORILY PRESCRIBED PROCEDURES TO IMPROVE EFFECTIVENESS OF CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT”
42 USC Sec. 666 CHAPTER 7 - SOCIAL SECURITY Part D - Child Support and Establishment of Paternity. Sec. 666. Requirement of statutorily prescribed procedures to improve effectiveness of child support enforcement. Each State must enact laws requiring the use of the following “procedures” to increase the effectiveness of the [child support] program:
The State shall provide procedures which permit the establishment of the paternity of a child. In a contested paternity case [the State shall] require the child and all other parties to submit to genetic tests upon request supported by a sworn statement by the party alleging paternity, and setting forth facts establishing a reasonable possibility of the requisite sexual contact between the parties; or denying paternity, and setting forth facts establishing a reasonable possibility of the nonexistence of sexual contact between the parties. If no objection is made, the test results are admissible as evidence of paternity without the need for other proof of authenticity or accuracy. States must give full faith and credit to a determination of paternity made by any other State. The State procedures shall provide that the parties to an action to establish paternity are not entitled to a trial by jury.
GARNISHMENT OF WAGES
The State shall provide procedures for child support withholding from wages. The wages of an absent parent shall be subject to withholding, regardless of whether support payments are in arrears. The employer, upon being given notice, is required to withhold wages in the amount specified by the notice and pay such amount to the appropriate agency. The employer must be held liable to the State for any amount which the employer fails to withhold from wages due an employee following receipt of the notice. A fine [shall be] imposed against any employer who discharges from employment, refuses to employ, or takes disciplinary action against any absent parent subject to wage withholding because of the existence of such withholding and the obligations or additional obligations which it imposes upon the employer. The State may withhold from forms of income other than wages regardless of the nature of their income-producing activities. The State must extend its withholding system [to provide for withholding in] cases where the applicable support orders were issued in other States. Any refund of State income tax will be reduced by the amount of any overdue support owed by an absent parent.
CREDIT REPORTING AND SUSPENSION OF LICENSES
[The procedures must assure that] [t]he State has authority to withhold or suspend, or to restrict the use of driver’s licenses, professional and occupational licenses, and recreational licenses of individuals owing overdue support or failing, to comply with subpoenas or warrants relating to paternity or child support proceedings.
ACCESS TO RECORDS, LOCATING INDIVIDUALS, REQUIRING SSN
The State shall have procedures to ensure that all Federal and State agencies conducting activities under this part have access to any system used by the State to locate an individual for purposes relating to motor vehicles or law enforcement. The state shall have procedures requiring that the social security number of: (A) any applicant for a professional license, driver’s license, occupational license, recreational license, or marriage license be recorded on the application; (B) any individual who is subject to a divorce decree, support order, or paternity determination or acknowledgment be placed in the records relating to the matter; and (C) any individual who has died be placed in the records relating to the death and be recorded on the death certificate.
[The State enforcement agency] shall enter into agreements with financial institutions doing business in the State to develop and operate a data match system using automated data exchanges in which each such financial institution is required to provide the name, address, social security number or other identifying information for each noncustodial parent who maintains an account at such institution and who owes past-due support, and will encumber or surrender, as the case may be, assets held by such institution on behalf of the parent. A financial institution shall not be liable under any Federal or State law to any person for any disclosure of information to the State agency; for encumbering or surrendering any assets [under these laws]; or for any other action taken in good faith to comply with the requirements. [This system of automated bank withdrawal or withholding will eventually be used to pay everything the State collects including: fines, taxes and any other fees, without your approval; you’ll have no more choice in the matter than the dead beat dads now have.] The State shall periodically report to consumer reporting agencies [credit bureaus] the name [and social security number] of any parent who owes overdue support. AUTOMATED DATA COLLECTION
The State shall establish an automated data collection system (linked database) to include a registry to be known as the ‘State Case Registry’ that contains records with respect to each case in which services are being provided by a State agency. Each [child] support order established or modified in the State on or after October 1, 1998, shall be included in the State Case Registry. [The information in the State Case Registries shall be] furnished to the Federal Case Registry of Child Support Orders. The State Case Registry may be established by linking local case registries of [child] support orders through an automated information network [no one will hide from this]. Such records shall use standardized data elements for both parents (such as names, social security numbers and other uniform identification numbers, dates of birth, and case identification numbers), and other information as the Secretary may require. The State agency operating the automated system shall establish, update, maintain, and regularly monitor, case records in the State Case Registry. The State shall use the automated system to extract information (at such times, and in such standardized format or formats, as may be required by the Secretary), to share and compare information with, and to receive information from, other databases and information comparison services, in order to obtain (or provide) information necessary to enable the State agency (or the Secretary or other State or Federal agencies) to carry out this part.
NEW HIRES DIRECTORY On and after October 1, 1997, each State shall establish an automated directory (to be known as the ‘State Directory of New Hires’) which shall contain information supplied on each newly hired employee in the State. The State will operate a State Directory of New Hires in accordance with section 453A. Each employer shall furnish to the Directory of New Hires of the State in which a newly hired employee works, a report that contains the name, address, and social security number of the employee, and the name and address of the employer [eventually, everyone who has a job will be listed in this database.
The State shall have procedures which give the State [enforcement agency] the authority to take the following actions relating to establishment of paternity or to establishment, modification, or enforcement of support orders, without the necessity of obtaining an order from any other judicial or administrative tribunal, to take the following actions: To subpoena any financial or other information needed to establish, modify, or enforce a support order, and to impose penalties for failure to respond to such a subpoena; To require all entities in the State (including for-profit, nonprofit, and governmental employers) to provide promptly, in response to a request by the State agency of that or any other State administering a program under this part, information on the employment, compensation, and benefits of any individual employed by such entity as an employee or contractor, and to sanction failure to respond to any such request; To obtain access, subject to safeguards on privacy and information security, and subject to the nonliability of entities that afford such access under this subparagraph, to information contained in the following records (including automated access, in the case of records maintained in automated data bases): (i) Records of other State and local government agencies, including vital statistics (including records of marriage, birth, and divorce); State and local tax and revenue records (including information on residence address, employer, income and assets); records concerning real and titled personal property; records of occupational and professional licenses, and records concerning the ownership and control of corporations, partnerships, and other business entities; employment security records; records of agencies administering public assistance programs; records of the motor vehicle department; and corrections records; (ii) Certain records held by private entities with respect to individuals who owe or are owed support (or against or with respect to whom a support obligation is sought), consisting of the names and addresses of such individuals and the names and addresses of the employers of such individuals, as appearing in customer records of public utilities and cable television companies, pursuant to an administrative subpoena; and. information (including information on assets and liabilities) on such individuals held by financial institutions.
REVOCATION OF PASSPORTS
If the Secretary receives a certification that an individual owes arrearages of child support in an amount exceeding $5,000, the Secretary shall transmit such certification to the Secretary of State for action with respect to denial, revocation, or limitation of passports, and refuse to issue a passport to such individual, and may revoke, restrict, or limit a passport issued previously to such individual.
The Secretary of State, with the concurrence of the Secretary of Health and Human Services, is authorized to declare any foreign country to be a foreign reciprocating country if the foreign country has established, or undertakes to establish, procedures for the establishment and enforcement of duties of [child] support substantially in conformity with [these laws].