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How to withdraw PF without knowing UAN Number?

ou must download the form to withdraw money from the EPF without having the UAN Number. You can go to https://www.epfindia.gov.in/site_en/WhichClaimForm.php#Q3 this link.

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How to withdraw PF without knowing UAN Number

The government has simplified the process of withdrawing money from the EPF. There is no need to go to the office for this now. Money can be withdrawn from the EPF account at home. Money is withdrawn within 10 days after applying online. But, for that, you should have a universal account number (UAN). Many times it happens that you do not know the UAN number. In this case, online application can not be made. Such people have the only way to fill the offline form and submit it to the EPFO’s office and then wait for the settlement. Employees who have UAN have to fill different forms according to need. Let us explain in detail the complete process how can you withdraw money from EPF without the UAN Number.

You can make partial or complete withdrawal of your money with your EPF. With EPF, you can withdraw entire money only when you retire or remain unemployed for more than 2 months. In the case of unemployment, to withdraw money from the EPF, you must prove with a gazetted officer that you have been unemployed for more than 2 months. In certain circumstances, you can partial withdrawal from your EPF account. These terms are followed:

You must download the form to withdraw money from the EPF without having the UAN Number. You can go to https://www.epfindia.gov.in/site_en/WhichClaimForm.php#Q3 this link. Here’s one thing to understand that the new composite claim form (Aadhaar) can only be deposited by the concerned EPFO ​​office without certifying it. If you partial withdrawals according to the conditions shown in the table given above, then you will not need to give any certificates or documents with the form. You can prove it yourself.

Abhishek Lohia is the Sports and Political Writer at News 21 Chaupal. He spent 2 years as a Digital journalist and last worked with the Newsfolo. He has graduated in B.E from Abdul Kalam University and is a product of the National Institute of Mass Communication, Delhi. He is passionate about work, travelling and food, in that order. His areas of specialisation include politics as well as policy spheres like rural affairs, Aadhaar and other welfare mechanisms of the government. He can be reached on the email id: Abhishek.lohia@N21Chupal.com and you can follow him on Twitter @Chiraglohia2

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