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Yes, because states give full faith and credit to the judgments of other states, your judgment and an order to garnish the wages of this individual should be acknowledged and complied with by the company in Tennessee that employs this individual. If you are unsuccessful at first, you should contact the Tennessee Attorney General's Office to get assistance in forcing the issue with the employer to get his wages garnished.
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Sorry...I misread the question. You can pursue this through the Attorney General in Tennessee. They can assist you in the process of securing the wage garnishment.
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