Hi, This is Sanjay. My question is that earlier I was in a Company around 10 years, from which I had been transferred to the other one. I was having the UAN No. of the earlier company. The new one company has also created the UAN No. for me. Now my question is that could be the both UAN nos. will be considered for the pension. Because I have withdrawn the PF of the earlier company. Family pension part is still pending. I will be going to retire after 4 years.

So I want to know that can the both UAN be clubbed for the settlement of PF and the family pension? or I will have to claim separately for pension? Is it possible to get the both UAN clubbed together for consideration of the pension and family pension? The total service period after retirement will be around 36 years. Further I also want to know that can my services will be counted from first from 1984? Because I have not changed the company. My company was taken over by the other one and I had been transferred accordingly. Information on this will be a great help to me. Thanks n regards. Sanjay
12th June 2017 From India, Pune

UAN means Universal Account Number. If will be one number throughout service for PF member. How did your new employer create new UAN?
13th June 2017 From India, Mumbai
Hi,

you can write a letter to the PF department with your employers signature to merge the old UAN number with the new UAN number and then the benefits would be extended. no need to worry on this as these days PF departments itself is going directionless these days in implementing the very basic nature of UAN.

Regards
Harpreet Walia
16th June 2017 From India, New Delhi
Regards,

Harpreet Walia
 

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