EPFO Introduces Commom Composite PF Claim Forms For Form No. 19, 10C & 31 - CiteHR
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EPFO introduces Composite PF Claim Forms (Aadhar based and Non-Aadhar based), vide Order Dt. 20 Feb. 2017, and has replaced existing Claim Forms No. 19, 10C, 31 and 19 (UAN), 10C (UAN) and 31 (UAN). This order of the EPFO is applicable w.e.f. 20 Feb. 2017, i.e. itís operational with immediate effect.

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File Type: pdf Composite claim form (non-aadhaar based).pdf (380.6 KB, 752 views)
File Type: pdf Composite claim form (aadhaar based).pdf (450.7 KB, 606 views)
File Type: pdf Order Composite Claim form 20-02-2017.pdf (4.03 MB, 439 views)

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Dear Friend,
I want to withdraw 90% of my pf contribution as per new rule 2017 for down payment to builder for flat booking which is under construction.
I checked current composite withdrawal form in which there is mentioned "for purchase of site/flat indicate cheque to be drawn in favour of and payees address", so in this case whether i have to mention builder name and address or need to mentioned my self name and address to withdraw pf in favour.
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