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Biden Admin Extends Federal Student Loan Freeze Through February of 2022

Biden Admin Extends Federal Student Loan Freeze Through February of 2022

“borrowers with loans in default will not see their wages garnished until the student loan freeze expires”

Democrats will spend from now until the expiration date trying to make this permanent. Just watch.

Campus Reform reports:

Biden extends federal student loan freeze: No bills, no interest until 2022

Federal student loan borrowers will continue to get a break from their monthly bills until February 2022, the Biden administration announced on Friday.

No interest will accrue on federal student loans until that time, and borrowers with loans in default will not see their wages garnished until the student loan freeze expires.

The pause on student loans payments, called a forbearance, began under the Trump administration in March 2020.

The Trump administration extended the forbearance in December 2020 and the Biden administration further extended the pause soon after taking office. The forbearance period was scheduled to expire on September 31 meaning that borrowers would have been expected to pay their student loan bills come this October.

Top Democrats, including Sen. Schumer, Sen. Warren, and Rep. Ayanna Pressley, had pressured Biden to extend the student loan freeze until March 2022 or until the unemployment rate reaches pre-pandemic levels, whichever comes later.

Those lawmakers are unlikely to see that goal realized. The Department of Education described the most recent action as “a final extension” with “a definitive end date.”

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