PF Withdrawal – EPF Balance Withdrawal or Transfer by UAN Number

Employee PF withdrawal for EPF Balance Withdrawal or Transfer PF Amount online with using UAN number and EPF withdraw forum …
All the PF account holders can transfer or withdrawal their PF balance into times like when you switched your job and in case if you have faced any emergency, you can withdraw the amount from your PF account. The employee can transfer or their balance withdrawal of PF Amount Using UAN (Universal Account Number) and submitting of Form-19 which is available at official website of EPF INDIA.

How to withdrawal PF Balance from EPFO regional Office using Form-19

The Employee or Employer can with withdrawing their PF amount directly from their nearest EPFO Regional office (with is your account operated) with submitting Form-19 as per following steps.

The candidate who needs to transfer or draw their PF amount can fill the form 19 with require details of the candidate and attested to verify that the right person is applying for PF amount withdrawal by your or any Bank Manager/ A Gazetted Officer/ Magistrate/ Notary Public/ Post Master with attaching the proof of employment letter (If available).

That’s it now you will receive the PF amount along with the Interest within three months from the date of form-19 application submission.

PF withdrawal form’s and rules

The Employes provident fund organization of India has given various forms for PF withdrawal and transfers through forms 19 | 10c | 2 | 5 | 9 | 11, candidates can withdrawal of Employee Provident Fund (EPF) Amount is against the rules from their PF account when employee switched job and don’t want to transfer his/her Employee Provident Fund (EPF) account.

EPF Form 13: The form will useful to transfer your Provident Fund (PF) account from your previous employer to the new employer in the time of job change.

Form 14: The employee want to apply for Life insurance Policy to finance from their PF Fund amount

EPF Form 19: The form 19 help to withdrawal fund when the employee leaving their job OR taking retirement, in the time to withdraw your Provident Fund amount.