California has continuing exclusive jurisdiction of your case regardless of your child's physical location. Therefore, CA support guidelines control. The support would not change.
However, I would recommend that you get a court order to allow your child to move outside the country. Don't just send him overseas without either a signed document from the child's father or a court order.
Best of luck to you.
You need to contact Child Support Services to enforce the child support order. With regard to his overseas studies, it may affect the child support order--hard to say without more facts.
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Just send it to your parents, he is full of it. Go to the DA child support and have them file a case
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