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Student loan forgiveness portal no longer accepting applications after Texas judge blocks program

“The courts have issued orders blocking our student debt relief program. As a result, At this time, we are not accepting applications. We’re trying to override those orders. If you’ve already applied, we’ll hold your application,” is the message that greets student loan borrowers looking to apply for President Biden’s federal student loan forgiveness program.

After 18 months of waiting for Biden to fulfill his campaign promise, Biden announced that his administration would go ahead with student loan debt forgiveness of up to $20,000 for Americans.

Nevertheless, the program was quickly met with demands from conservative groups, Judge Amy Coney Barrett blocked the requested suspensions of two of them. Despite that, two lower courts have now imposed injunctions on the Department of Education not to proceed, the second by a judge in Texas that caused the arrest to accept new requests.

“If you have already applied, we will hold your application. Please subscribe and check back here for updates. We will post information as soon as more updates are available,“says the notice.

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