Amit Aishwary Choudhary
Managing People At Work.

Sir, I had worked in my last organisation for 4 years and now i am working in another organisation. Can i withdraw the full amount of last PF with pension fund in this case. What should i do??? please suggest
From India, Chandigarh
Yes you can withdrawal your Amount or It will be better If you transfer your EPF Amount with your current Organization. Regards, Amit
From India, Delhi
how can i withdraw the full amount wit pension fund . will you please tell the process?
From India, Chandigarh
Have you Universal Account Number allotted by EPFO?
From India, Delhi
yeah and i had also applied earlier but it is not proceeding and the error is showing that you are using multiple id’s.
From India, Chandigarh
To knows how to EPF withdraw without Employer signature visit the following link-

From India, Delhi
##What is the procedure of withdrawal of PF Account money and Pension Fund money under UAN portal, after leaving one employer and joining another one?
When an employee leaves an establishment and joins another, he/she is required to get the funds and service details transferred to new account.The facility would facilitate their portability from one account to other by linking the different member ids if the KYC details have been verified by both the employers.
## Allotted two UAN numbers -How to merge or deactivate EPF UAN?
-Reason of two UAN numbers allotted
1.Employee will not share his existing UAN number– While joining the new company, employee hide his past EPF account details or UAN number.
2.Previous employer will not update the exit date– If your previous employer will not update the exit date or last working date from his organization, then the new company where you will join will automatically generate new UAN.
-How to merge or deactivate two UAN numbers?
1.First Method-Employee has to immediately report the matter either to an employer OR to EPFO through email to by mentioning, both – current UAN and your previous UAN. After verification, the previous UAN allotted to you will be blocked and the current UAN will be kept active. Later, an employee will be required to submit the claim to get a transfer of service and fund to the current UAN.
2. Second Method-This is purely automatic one and started to apply for all future procedures
a)The employee apply for EPF transfer from previous EPF account to the new EPF account. This can be done ONLINE using OTCP portal of EPFO.
b)The EPFO’s system would then automatically identify such cases where the EPF transfer has been effected from one EPF account to another and have two different UANs attached to these EPF accounts of the same employee. This is as said automatic one and will be processed on a periodic basis.
c)All such identified old EPF UAN numbers, from which EPF transfer has been effected to EPF account having different EPF UAN (new EPF UAN), will be deactivated. After this, the old UAN numbers will cease to exist and are blocked for further use.
d)After this, employee previous EPF account will be linked to the new UAN.
e)The employee will receive information about the deactivated status of his previous UAN by SMS to the registered mobile number. The employee will be requested to activate the new UAN (if it is not done) to get the updated status of his EPF account.
f)Sometimes, there are chances that employee may have to receive some EPF arrears from his past employers, in such cases, since the system knows the new UAN against the deactivated UAN, the system would automatically populate the new UAN in the ECR (after punching the previous UAN or EPF number by the previous employer) and the statutory contribution by the employer against the arrears can be remitted against new UAN only.
Overall you should contact with Current Employer, to know the procedure of withdrawal of epf money and how to deactivate or merged old UAN with new one.

From India, Delhi
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