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Is it possible to transfer a CPS case to another State

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Is it possible to transfer a CPS case to another State?
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Yes it is. Can you tell me the circumstances of why you want to do this? And what is in the order - support and custody or just support?





Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Well, I had consulted with you previously about my case with my daughter who ran away frrom CPS custody. I got her married and they still won't honor that, The County where CPS took temporary custody is being beyond unfair and my daughter returned out of state to where we used to live. I know CPS up there and they wouldn't treat us like this, that is why I ask.
Oh hi, I did not realize it was you. So did they challenge the marriage?
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
They are still sending the police here looking for her and if they find her they will arrest her.
You can't transfer the CPS case to another state unless all parties that are subject to it now live outside said state, sorry. :\

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Well, I'm planning on moving back there - as well as her husband - I just don't want them to extradite her.
In your position, as long as one person is in the state, the CPS case will remain there, though.
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
No problem!!!

Thanks
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