PF Accumulations Transfer - Form 1
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Raji007 Started The Discussion:

Respected Sir/Madam,

I am Rajika an have been working in IT industry since sept 2008. Through out my career I have changed 4 organizations(Refering them as Organization A, B, C, D from initial to current).During each transition I have submitted PF form-13 to transfer my old pf balance to new PF account. However till date I haven't seen the transfer been effective. Also in one of my previous organization (Organization C) discouraged me to do PF transfer from Organization B and they apparently didn't accept my Form-13 stating the pf account statement is missing.

In my current organization D, I have submitted PF Form-13 ( in August 2013) to transfer balance of PF account with Organization C. Is it possible for me to submit one more Form 13 to transfer my balance from PF account with organization B to organization D?

Also how do I ensure that all my pf account balance is transferred to my current PF account? The e-passbook option in the epf portal said the details of my pf account is not yet in.

Is there any method to unify all PF accounts of an employee using say PAN or so available in the system?

Thank you in advance!

Regards,
Rajika

abbasiti - Member Since: May 2010
Dear Rajika,

You may apply to transfer some of the previous services or all the services, as the case may be. Present employer will submit it to Regional PF Commissioner's Office and they will collect the details from the previous concerned RPFCs.

Abbas.P.S

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