Me to! Still kind of unbelievable. Having 65k gone from my debt is great... now I can finally look for houses.
Congrats on getting forgiven!
I know this post is a bit old, but I have some info. that may be helpful.
I work in a financial aid office and have personally signed up for PSLF (32/120 payments). Last week during our staff training, a representative from PHEAA came and spoke to the staff. She explained the main reasons why so many people were denied; (1) not a qualifying employer, (2) payments not made under qualifying payment plan, (3) loans not eligible (private loans, etc.)
I gave up on PSLF a while ago and was trying to pay down my loans just to be done with them. However, even with about $20,500 in loans, I will save thousands by going through PSLF. I have to wait a few more years for them to be paid/forgiven- that's the downside. I can put the extra money towards paying other debt/building savings.
Lastly, just an FYI: PHEAA is known for having issues/wrong information (probably due to the high volume of loans they service). They incorrectly calculated my PSLF originally, the PHEAA represenative said to resubmit the employer certification (and I listed out all the payments that should be qualifying on a spreadsheet to make it easier).
SO it hit my credit report and at least on Experian my credit score has gone from 694 to 722. Not bad!