Form M-522 "Child Support Certification" - New York City

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  • Released on May 1, 2010;
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M-522
Human Resources Administration
Rev 05/10
Office of Child Support Enforcement
Child Support Certification
Certification pursuant to General Obligations Law Section 3-503(2)
Personal information
Last name
First name
Social Security Number or ITIN
Date of Birth
/
/
Street address
Apt. number
City
State
Zip code
Employer information
Business name
Street address
City
State
Zip code
(Choose #1 or# 2, and put an “X” in the box in front of the applicable statement.)
1.
I am not under a court or administrative order to pay child support. OR
2.
I am under an obligation to pay child support.
My child support account number[s] (if applicable):
(If you chose #2, put an “X” in front of the applicable statement.)
a.
I do not owe arrears equal to 4 months or more of child support payments.
b. I have arrears equal to 4 months or more of child support payments, and one of the following
statements applies to me (check the appropriate boxes):
I am making payments by income execution or by court agreed payment/repayment plan or by
a plan agreed to by the parties.
My child support obligation is the subject of a pending court proceeding.
I am currently in receipt of Public Assistance or Supplemental Security Income.
My case number is: _____________________________________.
c.
I have arrears equal to 4 months or more of child support payments and none of the above statements
in “B” apply to me.
I hereby do solemnly swear under oath and subject to penalty of perjury that the information provided by me in this certificate
is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge.
Signature
Date
The intentional submission of false written statements for the purpose of frustrating or defeating payment of support is punishable pursuant to
Section 175.35 of the penal law. Persons who are four months or more in arrears in child support or who have failed to comply with a summons,
subpoena or warrant relating to a paternity or child support proceeding may be subject to suspension of their business, professional, drivers, and/or
recreational license and permits including, but not limited to, license issued pursuant to section 11-0713 of the environmental conservation law.
If you are experiencing difficulties obtaining a NYC license, permit, certificate or registration because of an outstanding
child support problem, please come to OCSE’s Customer Service Walk-In Center
and you may receive assistance in resolving your problem:
The New York City Office of Child Support Enforcement Customer Service Walk-In Center
151 West Broadway, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10013 (between Worth St. and Thomas St.)
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
M-522
Human Resources Administration
Rev 05/10
Office of Child Support Enforcement
Child Support Certification
Certification pursuant to General Obligations Law Section 3-503(2)
Personal information
Last name
First name
Social Security Number or ITIN
Date of Birth
/
/
Street address
Apt. number
City
State
Zip code
Employer information
Business name
Street address
City
State
Zip code
(Choose #1 or# 2, and put an “X” in the box in front of the applicable statement.)
1.
I am not under a court or administrative order to pay child support. OR
2.
I am under an obligation to pay child support.
My child support account number[s] (if applicable):
(If you chose #2, put an “X” in front of the applicable statement.)
a.
I do not owe arrears equal to 4 months or more of child support payments.
b. I have arrears equal to 4 months or more of child support payments, and one of the following
statements applies to me (check the appropriate boxes):
I am making payments by income execution or by court agreed payment/repayment plan or by
a plan agreed to by the parties.
My child support obligation is the subject of a pending court proceeding.
I am currently in receipt of Public Assistance or Supplemental Security Income.
My case number is: _____________________________________.
c.
I have arrears equal to 4 months or more of child support payments and none of the above statements
in “B” apply to me.
I hereby do solemnly swear under oath and subject to penalty of perjury that the information provided by me in this certificate
is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge.
Signature
Date
The intentional submission of false written statements for the purpose of frustrating or defeating payment of support is punishable pursuant to
Section 175.35 of the penal law. Persons who are four months or more in arrears in child support or who have failed to comply with a summons,
subpoena or warrant relating to a paternity or child support proceeding may be subject to suspension of their business, professional, drivers, and/or
recreational license and permits including, but not limited to, license issued pursuant to section 11-0713 of the environmental conservation law.
If you are experiencing difficulties obtaining a NYC license, permit, certificate or registration because of an outstanding
child support problem, please come to OCSE’s Customer Service Walk-In Center
and you may receive assistance in resolving your problem:
The New York City Office of Child Support Enforcement Customer Service Walk-In Center
151 West Broadway, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10013 (between Worth St. and Thomas St.)
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.