How To Withdraw Pf Balance Of Which UAN Is Not Activated By The Employer - CiteHR
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Dear All,
Kindly help me out in this case : A person joins a company on august 2012 & confirmed his probation on december 2012 and started deducting pf from then. He left the company on october 2013 because the compnay was delaying salary for 2 to 3 months and now the company is lockout & banned for some reason. now the pf statement shows that the company deposited deducted amount upto april 2014 but UAN is not activated. now kindly guide me how he can withdraw his pf a/c balance.
waiting for your responces.
Thanks & Regards
Nayan Bhattacharyya
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Hi Buddy,
If you are employed please transfer the PF account under current employer because if you going for withdraw you need previous employer signature which is not possible as the previous employer is banned as you mentioned above.The option is transfer your PF account to present employer.
With Regards
Mr.Thumbs Up
If you are unemployed and your prior organization has closed down. You can still withdraw your pf. You need to fill your pf forms i.e form 19 and form 10c. You need to get these forms attested by any gazetted officer; magistrate/notary or manager of bank (public sector bank if possible).
Better you go to Pf office and meet him concern group people and ask him your query and i think your query is resoled that
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