Student loan debts are not 'forgiven' under any circumstances. If you are repaying your loan according to your repayment schedule, you have no problems - just keep paying, & try to get it all paid off ASAP. Bad credit - not repaying as scheduled - could pose problems with getting citizenship elsewhere.
US citizens remain subject to US income taxes even if they live outside the US, even if they have citizenship in another country. The only way to become free from the requirements to file US income tax returns and pay US income taxes is to get another citizenship, renounce US citizenship, pay the Exit Tax. Then once you actually receive certification of renunciation of US citizenship, you are no longer subject to US taxes. IF you do not pay the Exit Tax when you renounce, then you remain subject to US income taxes for 10 years after receipt of certification of renunciation of citizenship. Why does this matter? Student loans are not forgivable, so if you owe them, the IRS keeps your income tax refunds until the loans are paid in full, the IRS tracks you anywhere in the world, and if you have not repaid the loans, you owe the US GOVT, which guaranteed those student loans. So you end up with IRS, et al, on your tail anywhere in the world forever.
You will have big problems if you do not repay the loan on time according to your payment schedule. If you are paying as agreed, no problem. But pay the blasted things off ASAP!