Webinar shows how to apply for Public Service Loan Forgiveness program

Posted on Aug 23 2022

The Office of the Attorney General would like the community to know of an upcoming webinar regarding the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program. This program allows qualifying federal student loans to be forgiven after 120 qualifying payments while working for a qualifying public service employer.

If you are employed by a U.S. federal, state, local, or tribal government or not-for-profit- organization, you may be eligible for this program. There is also a limited PSLF waiver that allows borrowers with older loans to apply for forgiveness as well.

The U.S. Department of Education, Office of Federal Student Aid will be hosting a webinar entitled “A Guide to Submit the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Form,” on Thursday, Aug. 25, 2022, from 11am to 12pm (Chamorro Standard Time). This webinar is intended for students, parents, and federal student loan borrowers. The webinar will include information about the PSLF program, the limited PSLF waiver, the PSLF help tool, additional resources to help navigate the process, and there will also be an opportunity to ask questions.

Attorney General Edward Manibusan encourages the community to participate as this webinar presents an opportunity to learn more about the application process. Many of you may be eligible, but are unaware of this expanded opportunity to participate. This is a limited opportunity and time is of the essence to apply, so you are encouraged register now.

If you are interested in attending this webinar, you can register at https://web.cvent.com/event/a9fafafc-6a84- 4c1c-8336-3122c08f81ce/summary. (PR)

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