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Praful.savani Started The Discussion:

Dear All,

I have applied for PF Withdrawal benifit before 5 months AGO. but Still i have not received any confirmation what can do further for getting confirmation of my PF STATUS. I Was received a msg on 15-FEB-2011 by BP-EPFO
" FORM 10C ( WITHDRAWAL BENIFIT/ SCHEME CERTIFICATE) & CLAIM FORM & CLAIM FORM FOR PF SELLETEMENT FOR MEMBER ACT TNMS 00260470000023311 RECD ON 15.02.2011 AND CLAIM ID TNMAS 110200022499 IS UNDER PROCESS.

but still i am not received my PF please suggest me what can do further so i can get confirmation about it.

]Dear All,

I have applied for PF Withdrawal benifit before 5 months AGO. but Still i have not received any confirmation what can do further for getting confirmation of my PF STATUS. I Was received a msg on 15-FEB-2011 by BP-EPFO
" FORM 10C ( WITHDRAWAL BENIFIT/ SCHEME CERTIFICATE) & CLAIM FORM & CLAIM FORM FOR PF SELLETEMENT FOR MEMBER ACT TNMS 00260470000023311 RECD ON 15.02.2011 AND CLAIM ID TNMAS 110200022499 IS UNDER PROCESS.

but still i am not received my PF please suggest me what can do further so i can get confirmation about it

Madhu.T.K - Senior Member
Since you have got a message that your PF applications have been received on 15th Feb, the same should be considered as confirmation of application received. Now, in order to know the status of your application, log in to the website of your Regional Office of Employees Provident Fund Organisation and go to the link "Know your application Status" or similar, and find out what is the position. Under normal circumstances it will take at least a month to finalise the amount of claim.

Dear Dinesh, what is the significance of form 11?. As per my understanding, form 11 is a form which a new employee of the company is expected to fill in and the form will describe what was the employee's PF account number with his previous employer or whether he was not been a member of PF in the past.

Regards,


Madhu.T.K

Madhu.T.K - Senior Member
Dinesh, Form 11 is not even sent to EPF but it is kept in the file only. It is for the employer's knowledge that the new employee was not covered by PF earlier. As per rule, an employee whose salary (Basic + DA) at the time of joining the establishment is above Rs 6500 need not be covered by PF; but if he has been a member of PF and he has not withdrawn the same, he is expected to be covered by gthe new establishment even if his salary exceeds Rs 6500. In such cases, it is the responsibility of the current employer to facilitate transfer of his PF accumulations by forwarding form 13. If he was not earlier covered, the employee will declare in form 11 that he was not earlier covered. That is sufficient for the employer to decide whether he will now be covered or not. That is the only logic behind form 11.

Regards,

Madhu.T.K

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