VIJAY KUMAR S.L. Started The Discussion:
Dear Sir, Please send me Provident Fund and Pension Fund withdrawal forms (form 19 & 10c) to my mail ID.
12th October 2007 From India, Bangalore

Dear Vijay, Please find the Form 10 & 19.
12th October 2007 From India, Gurgaon
Attached Files
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10 c
12th October 2007 From India, Gurgaon
Attached Files
File Type: pdf 10c_297.pdf (68.5 KB, 11546 views)
Liability of the employer when the ex employee is working in the same group but different company and he wants to withdraw the pf accumulated balance from the ex compay by giving declaration having not worked for more than two months and the withdrawal form was signed by the applicant as well as the ex employer
Regards V.Krishnamoorthy
28th July 2008 From India, Bangalore
Dear Friend, Kindly download Form 19 & 10c from the website of PF Department (www.epfindia.com) at http://www.epfindia.com This is for your information. Regards, Rao
28th July 2008 From India, Hyderabad
Liability of the employer when the ex employee is working in the same group but different company and he wants to withdraw the pf accumulated balance from the ex compay by giving declaration having not worked for more than two months and the withdrawal form was signed by the applicant as well as the ex employer
Regards V.Krishnamoorthy
30th July 2008 From India, Bangalore
Dear Sir,
i want to withdraw my PF amount fro previous company.i left this job without given any prior information to the company.they terminate my job.May i withdraw my PF amount or not?
Shailendra s tanwar
27th February 2009 From India, Mathura
I would really appreciate help and advice.
I had left employment almost 10 yrs back for self employment. I want to withdraw my pf, which has been deposited with PF office in delhi Wazirpur. I live in Kolkata. I got the necessary form 19 and 10c attested by my old company(employer). They told me that they work is done, and that I should submit the form to pf office in wazirpur. I dont have a SSN, do I need to get one done first, and if yes then how? As I dont work for any organization now, and I dont think my previous employer will sign the form. Is there anyway to just submit form 19 and 10 c without SSN. I'm very confused as to what to do. Please advise me. Thank you
28th February 2009 From India, Calcutta
Dear Akash,
i want to share 3points with you,
1. you have to give one letter for non accumulate the pf amount for 10years. (Specific reason)
2. At present the pf organization do not forcing for the SSN. So you no need to attach the SSN with your 19,and 10c.
3. First you approach your previous employment for your PF form submitting.if they refuse you then you can submit the form individually with signature of central government gazette officers.
4. You have to attach one letter which describe your last employment conflict.
Thats it
28th February 2009
Dear Akash,
i want to share 4 points with you,
1. you have to give one letter for non accumulate the pf amount for 10years. (Specific reason)
2. At present the pf organization do not forcing for the SSN. So you no need to attach the SSN with your 19,and 10c.
3. First you approach your previous employment for your PF form submitting.if they refuse you then you can submit the form individually with signature of central government gazette officers.
4. You have to attach one letter which describe your last employment conflict.
Thats it
28th February 2009

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