Save your moving money, it won't help.
Texas allows garnishment for child support, taxes, alimony, and student loans.
In Pennsylvania, if your disposable income is less than 30 times federal minimum wage, your wages cannot be garnished for domestic support obligations, federal taxes or student loans. Above that, it can.
Under North Carolina law, an employer may be ordered to withhold wages from an employee and pay them to a creditor for the following types of debts: taxes, student loans, child support, alimony, and payment of ambulance services in certain North Carolina counties.
South Carolina still allows garnishment if you owe child support, student loans, or taxes. In these instances, the government or creditor can garnish your wages without getting a court judgment.
Also, if you are working at let's say WalMart and your paycheck comes from a different state that allows garnishment, it will be.