It probably is, but that makes it almost impossible to trace his assets -if any - any collect. This is not a Social Security Question however, it should be responded to a by a family law practitioner, so I will move your question to that section, with the hope you can get a more detailed response.
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Your question suggests that neither parent has any reported income, and implies illegal status.
The scope of your issues may go far beyond child support from a father who has no verifiable income or status.
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