5 months back, One of our employee resigned , after left from the company she dead, now her husband came to the office, he asking her pf and pension amount, he has all the documents like Death certificate and all,
kindly guide me how to handle and apply for his PF & eps .

From India, Delhi
In the absence of proper nomination by wife, at the time of employment, and since employee is no more, it is always better ask the husband to get the Legal heir certificate, and file the claim form. While settling the PF and Pension claim PF authorities will insist for such certificate.
From India, Madras
Yes, he has Legal heir certificate, she dont have childrens
please guide me what are the documents and form we have to produce at e pf office,
and explain me end to end process for claiming epf and eps. with all documents and forms

From India, Delhi
Dear Ravindra,
The claim has to file by the legal heir in claim Form-20 for PF amount, for pension in Form-10-D and Form - 5 IF (EDLI). Employees death case use the Composite Claim Form. The following documents to be attached with calim form bank details of the calimant, death certificate of employee, legal heir certifcate, AADHAR etc can be sent to RPFC under the signature of the employer.

From India, Mumbai
@ Prabhat Ji,
at the time of her death she was not an employee of our company, so EDLI is not applicable to her,
am i correct ?
correct me here any mistake.
With the Form 20 & 10 D i have attached documents ,
1) employee death certificate.
2) Aadhar card of employee & Nominee .
3) Bank accounts of Employee & Climant.
4) Legal legal heir certifcate ( Ration card & Wedding photo).
for legal heir certificate what we need to consider??????

From India, Delhi
You are right, the EDLI is not applicable as she was not in service. Tehesildar is the authority to issue Legal heir certificate.
From India, Mumbai
Since she don't have children nominee is the person who can claim PF withdrawals and EDLI to submit the valid documents like death certificate, bank details , AADHAR and he is not eligible for periodical pension amount.
From India, Bangalore

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