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Sr Officer- Statutory Compliances
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I am leaving my present company and want to withdraw my pf amount but cant get attested the required withdrawal forms from my employer due to short notice resignation and which company i m going do not have pf facility what can i do? Is there any way in which i can withdraw my pf amount without attested pf withdrawal form?
From India, Bhopal
Hi,
as per law employer doesn't have any right to stop for withdrawing P.F in any circumstances . In your case i think they scolding because you gone without notice or short notice , any way you better go again talk them politely and explain the need of money etc.. I think they may understand and full fill your need.
Regards,
Sravan

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Mitliesh,
This was happen with u bcoz u not completed ur notice period.
Ur problam soluation:-
First u fill up the form no 19,10 c with mentioning ur P.F.numbers.
Second find out the authorised P.F. signatured person.
May be he belong from HR Department or any other department (Account).
So if he will be from other department than take his signature on form out of company (BY HOOK OR BY COOK)
Dont forget 2 atteched current 3A copy.

From India
The company has policy of 1 month notice from the day of resignation but i only have 10 days time and i have to get sign on pf withdrawals form from my the director of the company as by hook or by cook is risk taking brother niyaj now what to do?
From India, Bhopal
Dear Mithilesh,
PF withdrawal can be signed a Gazetted officer and submit the same to cocern PF office.Intern PF office will send the same to your previous employer for form 3A and signature on the forms.Your employer can't reject the form and submit this form with PF office along with Form-3A.You will get your money in your bank account.

From India, Bangalore
hi
can anyone suggest me how to withdraw my PF contribution
I have been terminated after completing nearly 25 years of service
also please let me know how to get the pension from pf authorities
thanks
nabolbona

From India, Calcutta
I am giving below an extract from the FAQ section of the website of EPFO. That squarely addresses your problem:
19) What is the procedure to be followed by the member if the employer is not attesting his claim forms?
It is the duty of the employer under the Act & Scheme to help Employees' Provident Fund organisation to settle the Provident Fund dues of his employees. He has to complete the prescribed application within 5 days of receipt [para72(5)] forms & hand over it to the member when he leaves the service. When a member finds difficult to get the form attested by the employer, he can get the attestation of any of the following officer & send to the Provident Fund office
Manager of a bank.
By any gazetted officer.
Member of the Central Board of Trustees./ committee/ Regional Committee (Employees'
Provident Fund Organization).
Magistrate/ Post/ Sub Post Master/ President of Village Panchayat/ Notary Public.

From India, Madras
dear all thanks for the information pls let me know the process of checking my balance i have not yet attained the retirement age now i am nearly 57 i hope it willbe in 2011 to get pension nabolbona
From India, Calcutta
Thx to u all for your all the important information regarding PF withdrawal its really very knowledgeable i will do as per suggest by you and let u all know how i get my pf amount.
Again thx for all the reqd information.
Mithilesh

From India, Bhopal
Hi
I've worked in Pune for 9 months and got transfered to chennai later in the same company. But my PF account is that of Maharashtra's.ecently i've moved out of the firm, and to withdraw the PF, they've provided me PF withdrawal form of Tamil Nadu. Please let me know, if have to get back to the employer asking for Mahaashtra's PF withdrawal form?
Thanks
harsha

From India, Bangalore

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