New Delhi
Srinath Sai Ram
Hr Manager
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Dear Sir, I am Mayank Raj Srivastava.
I have joined my previous company 2012 and company deducted my Epf amount and provide me UAN number 100017166913.But After 3 Years I have resigned from my previous company and joined New company.
During the joining i was forgot to provide my UAN number to my new company thats my I got a new UAN number from my new company.
now i want to ask you that is this possible that the EPF Amount of my previous company can be transfer in my new epf a/c while the new company issued me new UAN number.
Kindly suggest me , I am totally confused.
and my current company deny to trf my previous epf amount in new epf a/c.

From India, Delhi
Please submit PF Form #13 for Transfer to your Present Employer.After Present Employer Signature send it it PF Office where your Previous EPF Contributions were remitted.UAN Means "Universal Account Number"
Please improve your memory Power, Stop getting confused this is solely due to you not furnishing your previous PF A/C # & UAN to your present Employer

From India, New Delhi
The employee has to provide his/ her previous EPF details to present employer, at the time of joining the new establishment EPF for ease of linking the account, but as you have failed to do so, please file transfer claim in form 13, duly signed by either previous employer or present employer to EPF office,
after getting a fresh UAN in present employment, employer has no role to submit or execute your transfer claim.
you can use the online service of one employee one EPF portal also, provided all details match of member in both establishments, as Name, Relation name, Relation, DOB and the present UAN is KYC compliant.

Thanks......today i have submit to form 13 with signature to the previous employer and also register pf claim trf through online basis.
From India, Delhi
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