Driver’s License & Passport
Suspension & Jail Time
by Wes Cowell, updated 22 June 2015 -- suggest a correction
The government is also required to suspend an obligor’s passport when certain criteria are met. 42 U.S.C.A §§ 652(k), 22C.F.R 51.70(a)(8) The statute was held constitutional in Euniqu v. Powell, 302 F.3d 971 (9th Cir., 2002).
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