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Exit Options: Leave the Country?

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:58 am

hey guys, i've been seeing people suggest that leaving the country is a way to avoid loan payments. I'm scrapping for BigLaw right now, but if that doesn't work out (especially with the market tanking again), then I will have crazy debt with no way out. I'd take an LRAP public service job if any governments were hiring, but alas it seems taking on so much debt was a foolish move.

My question is where do these people get the idea that if you leave the country then the feds can't require payment? is it just like you'll never be allowed back in the country? i might be able to find a doable living situation in some other countries... could that solve my student loans predicament?

(anonymous b/c i may need a head start)

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