Can i withdrawl my Pf after 2 years leaving job and if i can what would be the procedure... i left my job before 2 years without serving notice period, is my pf still safe i can get it..
From India, Jamnagar
Dear Dipak,
Yes you can withdran your PF amount, but before with drawing some formalities to be completed from you employer side. Visit your employer and request for PF with drawal.
Even in case if you want to continue your PF with current employer even then formalities are there to be completed from your previous emoployer.
Its better you visit your previous employer and request
Hope they accept your request.
regards
Mohamed Rafiulla

From Saudi Arabia
Hey Dear of course you can get your EPF amount and anytime, whenever you want.
Just do visit to your employer and get EPF form singed from your employer and submit it to your local EPF authority. And your EPF amount wud be calculate on your work period that you have served, on the basic amount of your salary at the time of leaving the organization. If you have any question feel free to contact me on my email or just reply.

From India, Gurgaon
I have left my previous company 3 yrs back,I submitted my resignation before 1 week to leave there but they are not processing my PF withdrawl formalities (I already submitted Form 19 & 10C in HR Dep)
They are saying me first you submit your 1 month salary to us as your full and final is pending and you have releaved by us.
pls suggst can i withdrawl PF without support of my previous employer

From India, Chandigarh
I applied for PF withdrawl when I switched over to other company. Amount settled was not credited to my bank account. When enquired with PF office, they report Electronic Transfer Failure and ask me to submit Re-Authorization letter. Can anyone give me format of this "Re authorization Letter"? I will be thankful.
From India, Mumbai
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