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student loan in defalt for 16 yrs, but does not show up.
i am on disablity for 16 yrs. and cannot pay the loans and interest. is there someway i could get the loan dismissed .

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Contact your loan servicer to get the forms for disability forgiveness.  Those forms must be filled out by a Dr. and there is a three year waiting period that you would get report forms so you can verify inability to work.  Been through it.

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May have discharge of debt due to disabilities. It does take into account the type and how the SSA or doctors see your condition as long term/permanent. Contact your loan agency to start process.

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Your doctor can fill out paperwork that will help get these loans forgiven forever. 

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i had a student loan from when i was 19yrs. old. it never showed up deliquent until i was 38 years old

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Call your loan provider and tell them you are disabled. Total and permanent disability.

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I am a retired military vet and the student loans piled up after retirement, and the school that I attended has closed all it's doors and  I want to know is there a way for me to get my large amount of loans dismissed?

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