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    Posted: 17/April/2018 at 8:45am
Hello,

I collected OSAP loans for the duration of my studies. I graduated in December of 2010 and immediately moved to the United States for employment. For a number of reasons, I have not made a single payment on my loans since my graduation date and the total amount is now over $50k. I have also not reached out to discuss this matter since graduation.

I have recently received a letter (in the US) from a US legal firm representing the Attorney General of Canada to collect the loan with penalties. I asked about the validity of his claim and he sent me a judgment from the Superior Court of Ontario from November of last year for the federal portion of my student loans.

Since I have not made a payment or discussed this since graduating in 2010 should I consider this time-barred?

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OSAPTroubles
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