Based upon the limited information in your post, I am assuming that the mother and child still live in the Dominican Republic. If this is the case, and a court in the Dominican Republic orders the father, who now resides in Florida to pay child support, the foreign child support judgment could be domesticated and enforced here in Florida.
I do not believe DR is a signator on the Hague Child Support Convention, so you would need to obtain a support order in DR first, then domesticate it in Florida.
If you have a valid child support order from a Dominican Court, you can domesticate that order here in FL. Once it's domesticated you may enforce the ordered child support.
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