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Kindy provide to me PF forms' detail on my email ID : , for this I will be very thankful to you OR forward to me your any particular website for the same.
Thanks & Regards
Vinod Ku Mehra

From India, Ludhiana
Thanks for easy excess to the forms. the company from which I left the job informed that they not able to provide the forms to cliam dues , I should required to cllect the forms from PF office . But from your site I get the forms as required to me.
Thanks .
Sunita

From India, Pune
I would like to know what form 19, 10c, 5 , 10 and 3-a means. If i have worked in an orgainisation for 2 and half years and want to withdraw pf what all these above terms means in that condition
From India, Mumbai
hi to all how can i cheak the pf form sub by iyr off plz help na i dont na any thing ant this if any 1 4m hyd plz give me ur cont na plzzzzzzzz my no is 9290037600 plz helpmeee
From India, Hyderabad
dear narasimha,

Procedure to withdraw the pf amount

step.1:you can contact local pf office and collect form 19 and 10c (or)You can download withdrawal form in Form 19 and 10C , NSSN FORM from the website EPFO.

step2: you can fillup all the details about yourself and fill the bank account coloumn with your savings bank account.

step3: Open a savings bank account preferably with nationalised bank - mention the account number inthe forms 19 and 10C - also attach a xerox copy of the first page of the passbook(depicting the bank account number, branch location etc.,)

step4:you send the complete set of forms with enclosures to the previous employer for forwarding the forms to pf office

step5.You can obtain attestation in the column of attestation of employer/authorised person :: (if you want to send the claim straight to pf office) from the bank manager with which you are having savings bank account

step6:you can send the set of forms to the PF office in which your previous employer have accounts - by registered post.

YOU WILL GET YOUR MONEY INTO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT WITHIN 45 DAYS

From India, Madras

Attached Files
File Type: pdf 10c.pdf (68.5 KB, 263 views)
File Type: pdf 19.pdf (121.9 KB, 172 views)

Dear Mr.Kunthal, you can get the forms free of cost from your Regional Provident Fund Office..
From India, Madras
Procedure to withdraw the pf amount

step.1:you can contact local pf office and collect form 19 and 10c (or)You can download withdrawal form in Form 19 and 10C , NSSN FORM from the website EPFO.

step2: you can fillup all the details about yourself and fill the bank account coloumn with your savings bank account.

step3: Open a savings bank account preferably with nationalised bank - mention the account number inthe forms 19 and 10C - also attach a xerox copy of the first page of the passbook(depicting the bank account number, branch location etc.,)

step4:you send the complete set of forms with enclosures to the previous employer for forwarding the forms to pf office

step5.You can obtain attestation in the column of attestation of employer/authorised person :: (if you want to send the claim straight to pf office) from the bank manager with which you are having savings bank account

step6:you can send the set of forms to the PF office in which your previous employer have accounts - by registered post.

YOU WILL GET YOUR MONEY INTO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT WITHIN 45 DAYS

From India, Madras
Sir/Mam, Please help me acutily i am vidraw my pf for ICICI LOMBARD NEW DELHI Joning 23-11-2005 to 07-5-2007 .Please help Regards Kirt Saxena 9919188227
From India, Lucknow
Dear Team,Pls can i know my pf ammount i dint know my pf no..Last i am working in ICICI Lombard acutily i am vidraw my pf for ICICI LOMBARD NEW DELHI Joning 23-11-2005 to 07-5-2007 .Please help Pls provied my pf no..EPF NO...RegardsKirt Saxena9919188227
From India, Lucknow
Please see the attachments download the forms for your submission.
From India, Madras

Attached Files
File Type: pdf 19.pdf (121.9 KB, 146 views)
File Type: pdf 10c.pdf (68.5 KB, 130 views)


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