Now Student Loan Debt Relief Is Blocked by the supreme court. know why?
Courts have issued orders blocking student debt relief programs. Waiting for the next order.
Applications for student debt relief are not being accepted at this time. Waiting for the court orders to be overturned.
If you have already applied, then your application has been put on hold by the department.
The moratorium on student loan debt relief is extended until the U.S. Education Department is not allowed to implement it.
The student loan payment pause has been extended until the litigation is resolved and a court order is received.
If the litigation is not resolved by June 30, 2023, payments will resume 60 days thereafter.
Borrowers will be notified before student loan debt relief payments resume.
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