Dear Friends,
I left a company about 5 years back and I have not withdrawn my PF so far. I have my PF A/c No. my PF account is in Kolkata where as I am presently working in Gujarat. I have chaged two companies in between.
Please help me to guide the withdrwal process from my PF account, also guide me about the forms I need to fill up and supporting I need to submit in this regard.

From India, Calcutta
Dear Friend, Please fill up the Form 19 and Form 10c for your PF withdrawal and pension scheme and send it to your employer for the further process.
From India, Madras
Dear Samuchchay,
You can also transfer your previous PF Amount to your current account if you wanna do that or you can deposit form 10-c & 19 duly signed either by the employer or PF Officer.
Warm Regards,

From India, Delhi
Dear Mr. Samuchchay,

Greetings for the day :)

You can transfer your Pf account from your old organisation to new organisation. what all you need to do is just fill FORM 13 and hand it over to your HR. Rest formalities your HR will do it

From India, New Delhi
Thanks for the valuable reply friends..
My Problem is, I don't want to transfer it, rather I want to get it realised.. and sending it to old employer after leaving the Job 5 years back... I don't see will make any sense at this juncture. Can I go to local PF office where they can process it.
Pls. guide.

From India, Calcutta
Dear Mr.Samuchchay,
Withdrawal form 19 & 10 C needs to be filled and signed by you. For withdrawal,You have two choice:1. Send the form to employer, since your employer has to sign for verification with official company seal. or Attestation can also be done by:1.Manager of a bank.
2. By any gazetted officer.
3. Member of the Central Board of Trustees./ committee/ Regional Committee (Employees'
Provident Fund Organization).
4. Magistrate/ Post/ Sub Post Master/ President of Village Panchayat/ Notary Public.
Best regards,
LC Guite,

From India, Gurgaon
I am Juli, i changed my job one and half year before. i had sent PF transfer form through my new employer to my old employer. but he is not signing the form. this is my third job. my pension from the first job is transferred and continued in the second job also.
what i can do to transfer or withdraw the PF amount of old job?
regards, Juli

From India, Bangalore
I am also having a similar problem.I was working in a pvt firm for three years from 1996 to 1999 and the PF account was with the company's HQ at Bangalore.In 1999 I joined Central Govt. and presently here I am having separate PF A/c.I had written two three mails to the regional office of the PF office but nobody is responding.I have planned to send an RTI letter to them this week.There are some info is available at You can search through the upper link of this website.
From India, Kannur
The same problem what Samuchchay is facing, I am also facing it. My PF A/c has been created in Bangalore, Karnataka. I know only the PF A/c No. & I don't have any other details apart from that, not even a hard copy / soft copy regarding that, i mean any certificates too. Now I have been staying in Chennai for the past 2 years. I worked for 3 years in bangalore which used to pay the PF. Chennai company doesn't pays PF so I can't transfer it too. So what is the way for withdrawing that money as well as whom to refer / contact too etc., Is there a way to get things done from chennai itself or i need to go to bangalore regarding this. Also would like to know if I withdraw the amount is some deduction will happen or anything else will be deducted ? What is the best option regarding this so that I can have anything in written saying I hold this much amount and after some years I can get this much amount etc.,
Please guide me.

From India, Madras
just apply for withdraw.
regarding this you can take form 3A from your previous employer
and fill form 19&10c attach the form 3A with form and send to Regional PF OFFICER IN KALKATTA WITH UR EMPLOYER SIGNATURE

From India, Hyderabad

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