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Hi,

My USC fiancé and I are getting married next week on January 2nd, but his parents are concerned about his college loans. They think that they will have to start paying if we get married, is there a way we can pay these off after he graduates? He's graduating May 2018. Also will he still be eligible for financial aid, considering the whole affidavit deal?


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if going through fafsa then he starts paying 6 months after he stops going to schoool. I can see no reason why marriage would affect when he has to start paying it back. it will complicate getting next year's loans though as being married instead of single. keep in mind his parents may be getting cold feet and trying to bring that up to slow the process.

good luck

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