CSHB 41(HES ): "An Act relating to federal child support enforcement requirements regarding social security number information, employer reports about employees, and certain kinds of automated data matching with financial institutions; relating to child support payments; repealing the termination date of changes made by ch. 87, SLA 1997, and ch. 132, SLA 1998, regarding child support enforcement and related programs; repealing the nonseverability provision of ch. 132, SLA 1998; repealing uncodified laws relating to ch. 87, SLA 1997, and ch. 132, SLA 1998; and providing for an effective date."
00 CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 41(HES) 01 "An Act relating to federal child support enforcement requirements regarding social 02 security number information, employer reports about employees, and certain kinds of 03 automated data matching with financial institutions; relating to child support payments; 04 repealing the termination date of changes made by ch. 87, SLA 1997, and ch. 132, SLA 05 1998, regarding child support enforcement and related programs; repealing the 06 nonseverability provision of ch. 132, SLA 1998; repealing uncodified laws relating to ch. 07 87, SLA 1997, and ch. 132, SLA 1998; and providing for an effective date." 08 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA: 09 * Section 1. AS 06.40.050(a) is amended to read: 10 (a) Application for a license under this chapter shall be in writing and in the 11 form prescribed by the department. [IF THE APPLICANT IS A NATURAL 12 PERSON, THE APPLICATION FORM MUST REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF THE 13 APPLICANT'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER.]
01 * Sec. 2. AS 08.01.089 is amended to read: 02 Sec. 08.01.089. Copies of records for child support purposes. If a copy of a 03 public record concerning an individual who owes or is owed child support that is 04 prepared or maintained by the department is requested by the child support 05 enforcement agency created in AS 25.27.010 or a child support enforcement agency of 06 another state, the department shall provide the requesting agency with a certified copy 07 of the public record [, INCLUDING THE INDIVIDUAL'S SOCIAL SECURITY 08 NUMBER]. If these records are prepared or maintained by the department in an 09 electronic data base, the records may be supplied by providing the requesting agency 10 with a copy of the electronic record and a statement certifying its contents. A 11 requesting agency receiving information under this section may use it only for child 12 support purposes authorized under law. 13 * Sec. 3. AS 08.08.137 is amended to read: 14 Sec. 08.08.137. Fingerprints [; SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER]. The 15 Board of Governors shall require an applicant for admission to be fingerprinted [AND 16 TO PROVIDE THE APPLICANT'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER]. The 17 fingerprints shall be used to determine whether the applicant has a record of criminal 18 convictions in this state or another jurisdiction. The Board of Governors may use the 19 information obtained from the fingerprinting only in its official determination of the 20 character and fitness of the applicant for admission to the Alaska Bar Association. 21 [THE APPLICANT'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER SHALL BE PROVIDED TO 22 THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGENCY ESTABLISHED IN 23 AS 25.27.010, OR THE CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGENCY OF 24 ANOTHER STATE, UPON REQUEST BY THE RESPECTIVE AGENCY; THE 25 REQUESTING AGENCY MAY USE THAT INFORMATION ONLY FOR CHILD 26 SUPPORT PURPOSES AUTHORIZED UNDER LAW.] 27 * Sec. 4. AS 09.55.050 is amended to read: 28 Sec. 09.55.050. Effect of presumptive death certificate. After the judge or 29 magistrate has entered an order declaring that the person is presumed to be dead either 30 under AS 09.55.020 - 09.55.060 or under the laws dealing with missing persons, the 31 judge or magistrate shall make out and sign a certificate entitled "Presumptive Death
01 Certificate" in the form and manner and containing the information required by the 02 Bureau of Vital Statistics. [IN ADDITION TO THE INFORMATION REQUIRED 03 BY THE BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS, THE CERTIFICATE MUST 04 CONTAIN THE DECEDENT'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER, IF 05 ASCERTAINABLE.] The certificate shall be recorded by the judge or magistrate and 06 then filed with the Bureau of Vital Statistics. Upon the entry of the order and the 07 recording and filing of the "Presumptive Death Certificate" as herein provided, the 08 missing person is presumed to be dead, and the person's estate may be administered in 09 accordance with the then existing provisions of law applicable to the administration of 10 the estates of deceased persons. 11 * Sec. 5. AS 16.05.450(a) is amended to read: 12 (a) The commissioner or an authorized agent shall issue a crewmember fishing 13 license under AS 16.05.480 to each qualified person who files a written application at 14 a place in the state designated by the commissioner, containing the reasonable 15 information required by the commissioner together with the required fee. [THE 16 COMMISSIONER SHALL REQUIRE THE REPORTING OF THE APPLICANT'S 17 SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER ON THE APPLICATION.] The application shall be 18 simple in form and shall be executed by the applicant under the penalty of unsworn 19 falsification. 20 * Sec. 6. AS 16.05.480(b) is amended to read: 21 (b) A person applying for a resident commercial license under this section 22 shall provide [THE PERSON'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER AND] the proof of 23 residence that the department requires by regulation. 24 * Sec. 7. AS 18.50.280(a) is amended to read: 25 (a) For each dissolution, divorce, and annulment of marriage granted by a 26 court in the state, the clerk of the court shall prepare and file a certificate of 27 dissolution, divorce, or annulment with the bureau, on forms prescribed and furnished 28 by the bureau. [THE FORMS MUST REQUIRE THE REPORTING OF THE 29 SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS OF THE PETITIONER OR PLAINTIFF AND, IF 30 ASCERTAINABLE, THE OTHER PARTY TO THE DISSOLUTION, DIVORCE, 31 OR ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE.] The petitioner or plaintiff shall furnish the
01 court with the information necessary to complete the certificate, and the furnishing of 02 this information is prerequisite to the issuance of a decree. 03 * Sec. 8. AS 18.60.395(a) is amended to read: 04 (a) The Department of Labor and Workforce Development shall adopt 05 regulations for the licensing of boiler operators. The regulations must conform to the 06 generally accepted nationwide standards and practices established for boiler operators. 07 [IN ADDITION TO ANY REQUIREMENTS ADOPTED BY REGULATION 08 UNDER THIS SUBSECTION, A PERSON APPLYING FOR A LICENSE SHALL 09 PROVIDE TO THE DEPARTMENT, ON THE APPLICATION, THE PERSON'S 10 SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER.] 11 * Sec. 9. AS 18.65.410(a) is amended to read: 12 (a) Application for a license as a security guard must be made on forms 13 provided by the commissioner. The application must require the furnishing of 14 information reasonably required by the commissioner to carry out the provisions of 15 AS 18.65.400 - 18.65.490, including classifiable fingerprints to enable the search of 16 criminal indices for evidence of a prior criminal record [, AND MUST REQUIRE 17 THE FURNISHING OF THE APPLICANT'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER IF 18 THE APPLICANT IS A NATURAL PERSON]. The application must be 19 accompanied by a nonrefundable application fee of $50 for a security guard and $200 20 for a security guard agency. 21 * Sec. 10. AS 18.72.030(a) is amended to read: 22 (a) A person who desires to sell fireworks at wholesale in the state shall first 23 make verified application for a license to the state fire marshal on forms provided by 24 the state fire marshal. [THE FORMS MUST REQUIRE THE APPLICANT TO 25 SUPPLY THE APPLICANT'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER IF THE 26 APPLICANT IS A NATURAL PERSON.] The application shall be accompanied by 27 an annual license fee of $50. 28 * Sec. 11. AS 25.27.075(a) is amended to read: 29 (a) An employer doing business in the state shall report to the agency the 30 hiring, rehiring, or return to work of each employee. The report shall be made within 31 the time limits set out in (b) of this section. The report must contain the name,
01 address, and social security number of the newly hired employee, the name and 02 address of the employer, and the identifying number assigned to the employer by the 03 United States Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service. Violation of 04 this subsection does not give rise to a private cause of action. 05 * Sec. 12. AS 25.27.103 is amended to read: 06 Sec. 25.27.103. Payments to agency. An obligor shall make child support 07 payments to the agency if the agency is enforcing a duty of child support under 08 AS 25.25 or this chapter. The agency shall disburse that portion of a payment that 09 exceeds the amount of money necessary to satisfy the obligor's immediate duty of 10 support in accordance with state and federal requirements. The agency may 11 characterize a support payment physically received by the agency through wage 12 withholding during the last five business days of the month as having been 13 received on the first day of the next calendar month if the agency determines that 14 the payment was made in the course of regular wage withholding intended for 15 the next calendar month. The agency shall credit money disbursed under this 16 section [SUBSECTION] toward satisfaction of the obligor's duty of support. 17 * Sec. 13. AS 28.15.061(b) is amended to read: 18 (b) An application under (a) of this section must 19 (1) contain the applicant's full name, [SOCIAL SECURITY 20 NUMBER,] date and place of birth, sex, and mailing and residence addresses; 21 (2) state whether the applicant has been previously licensed as a driver 22 and, if so, when and by what jurisdiction; 23 (3) state whether any previous driver's license issued to the applicant 24 has ever been suspended or revoked or whether an application for a driver's license has 25 ever been refused and, if so, the date of and reason for the suspension, revocation, or 26 refusal; and 27 (4) contain other information that the department may reasonably 28 require to determine the applicant's identity, competency, and eligibility. 29 * Sec. 14. AS 06.20.020(b); AS 06.40.050(e); AS 08.01.060(b), 08.01.100(e); 30 AS 14.20.027; AS 16.05.450(d), 16.05.480(d); AS 18.50.230(f), 18.50.280(c); 31 AS 18.60.395(d); AS 18.65.410(b); AS 18.72.030(b)(2); AS 21.06.255; AS 25.05.091(b);
01 AS 25.20.050(n); AS 25.24.160(d), 25.24.210(f), 25.24.230(i); AS 25.27.020(a)(2)(D); and 02 AS 28.15.061(g) are repealed. 03 * Sec. 15. The following are repealed: 04 (1) Section 148(c), ch. 87, SLA 1997, as amended by sec. 53, ch. 132, SLA 05 1998; 06 (2) Sections 2, 14, and 16, ch. 37, SLA 1998; 07 (3) Section 53, ch. 132, SLA 1998; 08 (4) Section 54(b), ch. 132, SLA 1998, as amended by sec. 101, ch. 21, SLA 09 2000; 10 (5) Section 54(c), ch. 132, SLA 1998; 11 (6) Section 56, ch. 132, SLA 1998; 12 (7) Section 92, ch. 58, SLA 1999; and 13 (8) Section 103, ch. 21, SLA 2000. 14 * Sec. 16. Sections 11, 12, and 15 of this Act take effect immediately under 15 AS 01.10.070(c). 16 * Sec. 17. Sections 1 - 10, 13, and 14 of this Act take effect July 1, 2003.