authorized person

(2)the term “authorized person” means— (A)any agent or attorney of any State having an agreement under this section, who has the duty or authority under the law of such State to enforce a child custody or visitation determination; (B)any court having jurisdiction to make or enforce such a child custody or visitation determination, or any agent of such court; and (C)any agent or attorney of the United States, or of a State having an agreement under this section, who has the duty or authority to investigate, enforce, or bring a prosecution with respect to the unlawful taking or restraint of a child. (e)The Secretary shall enter into an agreement with the Central Authority designated by the President in accordance with, under which the services of the Federal Parent Locator Service established undershall be made available to such Central Authority upon its request for the purpose of locating any parent or child on behalf of an applicant to such Central Authority within the meaning of. The Federal Parent Locator Service shall charge no fees for services requested pursuant to this subsection. (f)The Secretary shall enter into an agreement with the Attorney General of the United States, under which the services of the Federal Parent Locator Service established undershall be made available to the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention upon its request to locate any parent or child on behalf of such Office for the purpose of—

Source

42 USC § 663(d)(2)


Scoping language

For purposes of this section
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