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You can get your loans forgiven or reduced if you are:

You can also apply to get your federal student loans forgiven (and even get reimbursed for loans you already paid) if your school:

  • Took out loans in your name without your permission or signed your name without your knowledge (application form is here);
  • Defrauded or deceived you (online application form is here);
  • Closed (and you were enrolled within 120 days of its closure) (application form is here); or
  • Wrongly enrolled you in a program you couldn’t benefit from (such as if you lacked a GED) (application form is here).

Active duty?  You have extra rights!

Please beware of scams.  Apply only through the U.S. Education Department.  Our free lawyers can help you with the paperwork.

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