How long will it take to process the student loan forgiveness application?

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Relief was expected to be available within six weeks of the date of application in the first week of November. However, an appeal hearing in the Supreme Court has currently stopped the plan.

The student debt forgiveness program has been revealed. Pell Grant recipients and non-grantees can cut between $20,000 and $10,000 of student debt or debt so long as they earn less than $125,000 per calendar year ($250,000 in married couples).

As per the Department of Education, the application timeframe will be brief. The deadline for application is the 31st of December in 2023, which gives students ample time to apply.

Many eligible Americans have applied for debt forgiveness through this online application and the most recent number of applicants being 26,5 million. The applicants who submit their applications before the official rollout will be able to have their applications considered, which ought to have taken about up to six weeks. If you submit the beta form, you are not required to submit your application.

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But this timetable is not in the cards at the moment. Attorneys representing all the states of Arkansas, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, and South Carolina brought a case that Biden is not in a position to allow the widespread forgiveness of student loans because it could affect the taxes of these states.

The US Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit issued an administrative stay of payments while examining an appeal that is expected to be dismissed one time further. The court asked for an expedited hearing to ensure the case gets completed quickly. It’s not yet known how long the pause in hearings will be; however, while the judge continues conducting the hearing, the debt will not be forgiven and can be given to students.

Preparations that are in line with the directive,” said White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre in an announcement. “And, the Administration will continue to fight Republican officials suing to block our efforts to provide relief to working families.”

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