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I am in big dilemma on PF withdrawal front of my previous company. I have left TCS in 10-2014 and currently working in another MNC. Initially I have joined TCS-EServer but on April 2013 TCS has taken over TCS-EServer. So please help me to the withdrawal of PF because of some medical emergency (maternity). Date of joining in TCS eserve 25-10-2008 and date of resignation 10-2014.
Shalendra shukla

Pls fill form 10C & form 19. get it signed by HR of previous company and deposit this form with PF Office
You are not allowed to withdraw PF when you are working for another comoany that is subject to PF. You will have to give an illegal declaration to fool the system.
Instead you can take a loan for medical purpose from PF department.

Upto what percentage i can withdraw the PF under medical emergency.
One more suggestions in PF withdrawal form option 'Declaration of the Non Employment" how to fill bcz it states that- n the case of submission of application for settlement under clause (E) of sib paragraph (1) and in clause(2
paragraph 69 of the EPF scheme 1952 , he claim should be submitted after two months from the date of
leaving service provided the member to remain un
Employed in an Est. to which the Act applies.
Date :

As I have said on the forum before, to withdraw PF while still working needs a mis declaration. That is generally a bad idea. But many people do it anyway. With the new portal, it's easier to catch than before.
But you can still get away with it if you are comfortable with deliberate false declaration
Quantum of loan depends on a number of factors. Best you check with your HR or the PF department

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