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Respected Seniors, Please update me the Procedure to withdrawal PF of International worker in India. Kind regards, Shallu Batra
Dear Friend,

In order to withdrawal the P.F accumulations one need to submit duly signed (employee and employer) Form 19 & 10 C to respective P.F department, attached the same for your requirement.

Following documents are required to withdraw the P.F accumulations.

1) Duly filled hard copies of aforesaid forms along with canceled cheque

2) Need to affix two one rupee revenues stamps at appropriate places on both forms and need to be signed across the stamp.

3) There are 5 Signatures to be affixed at appropriate places ( go through thoroughly the attached forms)

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Dear Sir/Ma'am,

Thanks for your reply...

My query is related to special provision of International worker what it is?

Please go through the attached and help me in this regards.

Kind regards
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Dear Shallu,

We have withdrawn the PF Amount for our International Worker using of the same Forms (Form 10C and 19) IW have Account in India then only its possible. .India Signed Social Security Agreement with some Country. If your International worker is coming under that means you can withdraw the amount. Still you are Contributing PF amount for them? You are exempted to contribute if the SSA had done with the concern International Worker Country.


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