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Bhagyal Started The Discussion:

Hi,
I worked in company A. After 3 years l left, joined company B and opted for PF transfer. The transfer papers got submitted to the PF office few weeks back and I received the acknowledgement. However, the transfer is not yet completed.
Now, I am leaving Company B to join company C and the PF transfer from A is still in progress.
-What will happen in this case?
-How can I transfer my PF to company C while it is already under process?
-What will be the implications of this?
-Is there an alternate procedure to get back my PF money?
-What are your suggestions?

-Bhagya

Bhagyal - Contributing Member
Hi,
I worked in company A. After 3 years l left, joined company B and opted for PF transfer. The transfer papers got submitted to the PF office 1 month back and I received the acknowledgement. However, the transfer is not yet completed. The PF online website does not show any status for my account.
Now, I am leaving Company B to join company C and the PF transfer from A is still in progress.
-What will happen in this case?
-How can I transfer my PF to company C while it is already under process?
-What will be the implications of this?
-Is there an alternate procedure to get back my PF money?
-What are your suggestions?

-Bhagya

Bhagyal - Contributing Member
Hi,
I worked in company A. After 3 years l left, joined company B and opted for PF transfer. The transfer papers got submitted to the PF office 1 month back and I received the acknowledgement. However, the transfer is not yet completed. The PF online website does not show any status for my account.
Now, I am leaving Company B to join company C and the PF transfer from A is still in progress.
-What will happen in this case?
-How can I transfer my PF to company C while it is already under process?
-What will be the implications of this?
-Is there an alternate procedure to get back my PF money?
-What are your suggestions?

-Bhagya

vaishnavikanthan - Contributing Member
Hai bhagya.

You have got acknowledgememt in PF Office mean on that it take from 90 to 120 days
You will get amount or do u know the PF office number please call and check your status.
Bcoz i got pf amount in between days only so thays y i shared with you.

Regards
Vaishnavikanthan

jeevarathnam - Contributing Member
HI Bhagya

Once the process is initiated then you can't stop. I believe by this time it would have transferred to B account. Wait for some time and try to transfer all the funds from B to C.

Any how it is better to approach PF office and check the status. If not then they will guide you. :)

Bhagyal - Contributing Member
Jeevarathnam, I just got to know today that the PF transfer of A to B got stuck. RPFO office requested for some information from B. Since, I have already joined new company C, what should I do now?
- Company B is asking if I would like to get transfer of both A & B together. In this reference, what is the right thing to do?
- Can I apply for transfer of both A & B with new company C?
- Can I initiate the entire transfer of process of A freshly again with new company C? Is that advisable?

Please advise!

Also, I have another query. What will happen to my EPS contribution. What I understand one can transfer PF only to the current company.
What should one do to avail EPS - is their an option for transfer here too? If yes, can I apply for EPS transfer along with EPF transfer of 2 companies together with my current employer C?

Bhagyal - Contributing Member
Vaishnavi, I just got to know today that the PF transfer of A to B got stuck. RPFO office requested for some information from B. Since, I have already joined new company C, what should I do now?
- Company B is asking if I would like to get transfer of both A & B together. In this reference, what is the right thing to do?
- Can I apply for transfer of both A & B with new company C?
- Can I initiate the entire transfer of process of A freshly again with new company C? Is that advisable?

Please advise!

Also, I have another query. What will happen to my EPS contribution. What I understand one can transfer PF only to the current company.
What should one do to avail EPS - is their an option for transfer here too? If yes, can I apply for EPS transfer along with EPF transfer of 2 companies together with my current employer C?

Bhagyal - Contributing Member
I just got to know today that the PF transfer of A to B got stuck. RPFO office requested for some information from B. Since, I have already joined new company C, what should I do now?
- Company B is asking if I would like to get transfer of both A & B together. In this reference, what is the right thing to do?
- Can I apply for transfer of both A & B with new company C?
- Can I initiate the entire transfer of process of A freshly again with new company C? Is that advisable?

Please advise!
Also, I have another query. What will happen to my EPS contribution. What I understand one can transfer PF only to the current company.
What should one do to avail EPS - is their an option for transfer here too? If yes, can I apply for EPS transfer along with EPF transfer of 2 companies together with my current employer C?

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