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I have joined a company in Jan 2012. My PF account was maintained in Pune. Last March,2013 , i have inter deparment transferred. and company have started new PF account in Chennai wrt new dept. I didnt submit pf transfer form till now. it has been over 4 months.
Could i withdraw amount from my previous PF account in pune.. Pls give guidance and procedure.
Thank you
Raja
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If the transferred dept have separate code no as a new establishment you can submit Form 10 C and 19 to your Pune PFC. Varghese Mathew
Even you can transfer your PF from your OLD number to New PF number by submitting duly authorised From 13 from your Current employer with necessary documents authorised by your Old employer.
You may consult your company's HR division for more highlight.
I Agree with Varghesh....... as per your message you told that it was 4 month back they changed the department.. so you can withdrawn your PF
Dear Mr Raja, you can withdraw your PF but it is advisable to have the PF Transferred as it will add up to the number of years in the PF account.
Dear Mr Raja,
It is always advisable to transfer previous PF accumulations in to current PF account by filling FORM 13 as it will be helpful to add your number of yrs for Pension purpose.
Thanks & Regards
RKB
It is better to transfer, as already mentioned it will add up to your total service. 10 years of service or 58 years of age entitles you for pension.
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