ISO-in cases are more likely than non-ISO cases already registered with residues on the basis of the receptor. Specifically, for cases registered on 31 March 2011 in which registration residues are known, 84% of ISO-in cases had residues at the time of registration, twice as many as non-ISO cases (44%). One of the reasons for this difference is that ISO-in cases are often transferred from the MDEP to another jurisdiction where they are registered for a long time and may have accumulated residues prior to transmission. Non-ISO cases tend to go to court shortly after the decision on the assistance order, especially in opt-out jurisdictions where cases are automatically registered. The investigation rate measures the total amount of aid received by the MEP as a percentage of the total amount due for a given period. In 2010/2011, the investigation rate for ISO-in cases was slightly lower than for non-ISO cases in each of the reportable jurisdictions, with the exception of Yukon and the Northwest Territories (Figure 4). In total, the total payments received accounted for 80% of payments due for ISO-in cases, compared to 86% for non-ISO cases. ISO = Interjurisdictional support order MEP = Maintenance enforcement program Note: The recovery rate is a percentage of the total amounts received by the SME during the financial year, divided by the total amounts due during the same periods. Some arrears received during the year pay the arrears incurred before the year. Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia are excluded in this table. Source: Statistics Canada, Survey of Maintenance Enforcement Programs, 2010/2011. Figure 3 Cases recorded by statute of the Interjurisdictional Support Order As of March 31, 2011 The United States has amended its tax assistance laws for spouses. A dependant in the United States can no longer deduct their spouse allowance(s).

Similarly, the person who receives this alimony (alimony) is no longer required to include these payments in his/her income(s). If you find yourself with a revoked passport or a refused passport application on the basis of late parental assistance, the only sure solution is to pay the full family allowances you support. . . .