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WreckedEmRalph: This is just a difference of being eligible and signing the forms to have your debt cancelled vs the new proposal of cancelling it right away once you are eligible. For automatic registering: ""The attorneys general argued that automatically canceling the student debt would benefit veterans whose severe disabilities might prevent them from filling out the necessary forms."" "Anticipating this criticism, the attorneys general wrote that "we think it likely that most borrowers would prefer to have one hundred percent of their outstanding loans discharged, even if this resulted in an increase to their state tax bill," though they considered adding a way to opt out of the automatic loan forgiveness. " "more than 42,000 veterans are eligible for TPD status, but fewer than 9,000 people had applied as of the beginning of May 2018, More than 25,000 eligible veterans were in default" Against automatic registering: "Hill also cited "potential state and local tax liabilities" that could burden veterans after their loans were forgiven and veterans' potential inability to take out other student loans in the future if their current ones were forgiven. "