Want to Claim PF Fund Withdrawal Online Using Your UAN? Know The Steps Here! - Viral Bake

Employee Provident Fund or EPF is a scheme initiated by the government wherein the employee and the employer contribute a specific amount each month. It is a benefit for the employee’s post-retirement life. The PF account changes every time an employee starts working with a new organization but is linked to the same UAN. 

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UAN is a 12-digit code that is required to check your PF details. Before we discuss the steps to withdraw PF fund online, you must ensure the following:

  • UAN must be activated
  • Aadhaar must be linked and verified with UAN
  • The bank account details must be the same as the bank account registered with your Aadhaar.

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How To Withdraw PF Amount?

However, if you want to withdraw your PF amount online using your UAN, then simply ensure the following steps.

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  • Firstly, open the Unified Member Portal and log in with UAN and password 
  • Check the Online Service section and from the drop-down menu, click on the Claim (Form 31, 19, and 10C) 
  • Feed the Linked Bank Account Number details and hit on the Verify option 
  • Choose the reasons for leaving service 
  • Select “Only PF withdrawal (Form 19)”  
  • Enter the complete address and also upload a scanned copy of the Original Cheque/ Passbook 
  • Make the Disclaimer box check and click on Get Aadhaar OTP 
  • Fill OTP received on Registered Mobile Number and apply. 
  • After submission of Form 19, follow similar steps to submit Form 10C. 
  • The amount will be deposited in Bank Account linked with UAN. 

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