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Hi.. i left my first job without serving notice period to previous employer in result they are not responding to my pf withdrawal request.. after that company i joint new company and left that job also in six month now again i joint new company but the thing is my UAN for first two companies are same and current company has created new UAN.. My question is if my KYC for last UAN is updated in which two pf accounts are there.. so can i withdraw that pf without employer signature or by using UMANG ap???? inspite my new UAN is link with new company.. Please help
over smartness is not a wise option always
when the employee had an old valid UAN, he or she has to tender the same to new employer to carry on the contribution, so that the KYC formalities could be managed with present employer, but as the employee has gone it's own way so he/she has to run now to old employer(s) for data validation and update of records, as the records are now have to get verified digitally by the employer,

Hi ,
Yes you can withdrawal pf amount if Your KYC has updated (Aadhar, pan, Bank ) by your previous employer, but not by online, you can withdrawal through off- line with new withdrawal (Composite Aadhar ) form with Aadhar, pan , Bank details ( if name not mentioned on chq )You can attache Statement or passbook

You can withdraw PF without going through your employer. Thanks to UAN, accessing your PF account services like withdrawal, checking EPF balance without the help of employer and PF loan application is easy.
However, since multiple UAN's have been created for you, please get in touch with your current HR manager to get it resolved
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