COLUMBUS – Beginning January 3, 2012, there will be 179 Bureau of Motor Vehicle Deputy Registrar locations accepting payment of reinstatement fees. Previously, reinstatement fee payments were only accepted in person at the seven Regional Service Centers statewide. Any documentation that may also be required for reinstatement of driving privileges can also be provided at the Deputy Registrar. These documents will be forwarded to a Reinstatement Office for processing. There will be a service fee of $10.00 charged by the Deputy Registrar for the collection of reinstatement fees.
While the payment can be accepted at a Deputy Registrar and will be posted immediately, all other reinstatement requirements such as court appearances, clearing suspensions in other states, community service or filing of proof of insurance must also be completed before the BMV can restore full driving privileges.
Customers should not expect to be reinstated immediately after paying reinstatement fees at a Deputy Registrar location. Additional processing may need to take place before driving privileges are reinstated.
Customers are reminded that mail-in, telephone and online payments are still available as additional services.
Click on the following link to determine if your local Deputy Registrar is accepting reinstatement fees at their location:http://bmv.ohio.gov/county_lst.stm.
OFFICE OF CHILD SUPPORT ANNOUNCES
CHILD SUPPORT CUSTOMER SERVICE WEB PORTAL
IT’S EASY TO REGISTER
YOU WILL NOW BE ABLE TO PRINT OFF UP TO TWO YEARS OF PAYMENT HISTORY ON YOUR OWN. TO REGISTER, ALL YOU NEED IS YOUR 10-DIGIT CASE NUMBER, SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER, AND THE LAST FOUR DIGITS OF YOUR BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER IF YOU HAVE DIRECT DEPOSIT.
COLUMBUS – The office of Child Support is pleased to announce the establishment of the Child Support Customer Service Web Portal. Effective from January 20, 2012 customers can log-in to the portal from the Office of Child Support Home Page by using the following link:
FINDLAY–Hancock County Job & Family Services has unveiled a new website which offers its clients more comprehensive information than ever before.
The website was designed to be user-friendly and cover all areas encompassed with HJFS: child care, child support, children’s protective services, family stability and workforce development. Users will find answers to many frequently asked questions and will even be able to submit secured emails with their caseworkers through this new website.
The mission of Hancock County Job and Family Services Children’s Protective Services Unit is to assure the children of Hancock County greater protection from abuse and neglect, preserving families whenever possible. This will be accomplished utilizing available resources and working with the community to eliminate service gaps.
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