R B Yadav
Advocate & Management Consultant On Labour
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Nirav Gandhi
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Hi, I just wanted to know that within how many days after leaving a company one can apply for the PF? and if the company is not doing anything what we can do from our end?
From India, Mumbai
Dear Member,
after completing 3month fro the date of leaving the org. if company do nt proceed ur form you should go to PF office and ask to provide Right to information form just Rs. 20/- or Rs.30 fill it and submit to pf office you will be getting reply from PF commoissioner within seven day. and ur problem will be resolve.
Regards,
Nirav

From India, Mumbai
Dear ,

Answer to your first question:



You have two months waiting period. This means, only after completion of two months from your relieving date you can submit to your company your PF withdrawal forms duly signed by you with declaration of non-employment.

Company in due course of time endorse the said forms and either submit to RPFC or hand it over to you for submission from your end.

This waiting period is not applicable in case of (i) retirement on 55 age, (ii) women who are withdrawing it for marriage, (iii) permanent and total incapacity to work, (iv) on migration from India for employment or permanent settlement abroad, and (v) mass or individual retrenchment.

Answer to your second question:

You have option:

1. to make written complaint to RPFC what the company is not signing / forwarding your PF withdrawal forms.

2. Submit the forms to RPFC directly duly attested by (i) Manager of your Bank, or (ii) Head of Edu. Institute, or (iii) Gazetted Officer, or (iv) Sub Post Master, or (v) Magistrate, or (vi) Member of Central Board of Trustee (EPFO), or (vii) Chairman or secretary or member of Municipal / District / Local Board, or (viii) President of Village Union or Panchayat / MP / MLA, or (ix) any other officer approved by RPFC.

From India, Mumbai
Dear There is provision of 60 days waiting period for withdrawal of Provident Fund Accumulations. On completion of this period you can approach your Employer to fill up Form no 19.
From India, Mumbai
Shri. R. B. Yadav ji, Advocate
I agree with you, Sir. There is a provision of 60 days waiting period. In my posting, I have mentioned the waiting period of two months, which comes to 60 days. It seems you have mistaken in reading the same.

From India, Mumbai
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