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If You Had A Successful PSLF?

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So I haven't needed to be here in ages but need a quick question answered on PSLF.

 

I'm in my final payments of PSLF. Have been diligent all the way. Question is, from the time you submitted your PSLF Forgiveness request until the time PHEAA actually issued the forgiveness, how long did it take? Weeks? Months?

 

I would like to leave my kwappy job that qualifies me but can't until PSLF is done.

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I made my final payment on 12/1 and submitted my application for forgiveness 12/4. It took PHEAA nearly 30 days to update all payments correctly and probably 3-4 phonecalls to them of WTF? 

 

One thing nobody has ever said is PHEAA then forwards your loan package to FSA at the Dept of Ed for final approval of forgiveness. You'll get an email telling you to expect a 60 day period for final review by FSA.

 

I logged into PHEAA's portal today and balance is $0. Marked PAID IN FULL-SPECIAL REPAYMENT PLAN. 🤗

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