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The ICPC is a nationwide law that governs the placement of children from one state to another. The law is the same across all 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. Virgin Islands.
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The law says that placements must be approved and monitored when:
The ICPC ensures:
Oregon joined the ICPC in 1975. For details on the Oregon law and procedures, see
Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) 417.200 and
Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) 413-040-0200 to 0292.
ICPC requires that the laws of both the sending state and the receiving state are followed.
ICPC is required when a child is being placed in another state and:
ICPC is not required when:
Specific forms are needed for ICPC referrals.
Case assignments are based on the oldest child’s last name. Contact the assigned ICPC administrator listed below.
Vera James 500 Summer St NE, E70Salem, OR 97310-1068 971-701-0772
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