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I was working in a very small company. They don't provide me Experience letter, Salary slip or relieving letter. But now a MNC company want this documents. Can I submit PF Statement as a proof of my employment? They deduct my PF. I have joining letter & Appointment letter also.
From India, New Delhi
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saswatabanerjee
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One option is to go to the company and ask them for the experience letter and relieving letter.
The other is to explain to the new company that they didn't give it to you and show them the PF statement as proof. They will tell you what additional information / documentation they will want.

From India, Mumbai
rani.smita12@gmail.com
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Hello,

You can share your offer/appointment letter as a proof of joining document & resignation email sent by you to the employer can be considered as relieving letter. PF statement can be the last option because what if the employer has not paid the month when you were serving the notice period.

Also, if the mode of receiving the salary was bank transfer so bank statement can be given to the prospective employer and form 16 also can be used to support your employment.

Hope this helps.

Regards

From India, Delhi
vmlakshminarayanan
919

Hi,

Submit and joining and Appointment letter which will contain your Designation and salary. While PF statement can be show as proof it will not reflect your total salary. Also request for a relieving order or experience certificate mentioning your designation and salary.

Wish you all the best !

From India, Madras
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