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Composite Claim Forms for Aadhar and Non-Aadhar

Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation has embarked upon its next phase of e-governance reforms with a view to make its services available to its stakeholders in an efficient and transparent manner. EPFO has since implemented Universal Account Number WAN) for its subscribers. It is now possible for subscribers, who have seeded with Aadhar number and Bank account details, to submit claim forms directly to EPFO without the attestation of employers.

The Central Provident Fund Commissioner vide order No. WSU/10(1)2011/Changes in MAP/34106 dated 01.12.2015 had prescribed new Forms No. 19(UAN), 10C(UAN) & 31(UAN) for all employees whose Aadhar number and Bank account details had been seeded with Universal Account Number (UAN). The said order is being modified to prescribe a Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) to replace the existing Forms No. 19(UAN), 10C(UAN) & 31(UAN) with a view to simplify the submission of claim forms by subscribers. This new Composite Claim Form (Aadhar), enclosed herewith can be submitted to respective jurisdictional EPFO office, without the attestation of employers.

In pursuance of provisions of paragraph 72(5) of the Employees’ Provident Funds Scheme, 1952, Central Provident Fund Commissioner, hereby prescribes the new Composite Claim Form (Non-Aadhar) to replace the existing Forms No. 19, 10C & 31 with a view to simplify the submission of claim forms by subscribers. The new Composite Claim Form (Non-Aadhar), enclosed herewith shall be submitted with the attestation of employers to the respective jurisdictional EPFO office.

Further, the submission of Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) / Composite Claim Form (Non-Aadhar) will be further simplified and modified to include self-certification by EPF subscribers in place of various certificates prescribed at present. These include:-

Para 68B: The “New Declaration Form” required to be appended with Form No. 31 for housing loan/purchase of site/house/flat or for construction/addition, alteration in existing house/repayment of housing loan shall stand discontinued. Similarly, the present practice of calling for “Utilization Certificate” shall also be dispensed with. No document would be required to be submitted by the subscriber in respect of these partial withdrawals.

Para 68H: Grant of advances in case of closure of factories: No document would be required to be submitted by the subscriber along with the Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) / Composite Claim Form (Non-Aadhar).

Para 68K: Marriage advance & for availing advance for the post-matriculation education of children: No document, including marriage card, would be required to be submitted by the subscribers.

Para 68L: Advance in abnormal condition: Member may self-certify that his property has been damaged. No document would be required to be submitted by the subscriber.

Para 68J & 68N: Orders in respect of certificates under this pass will be issued separately.

It may be noted that the submission of Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) / Composite Claim form (Non-Aadhar) duly signed by the EPF subscriber shall be construed as ‘self-certification’ for the above said partial withdrawals, for which no document as specified above would be required to be submitted to the EPFO offices.

This order shall be made operational with immediate effect.

INSTRUCTION FOR FILLING COMPOSITE CLAIM FORM (AADHAR)

1. The Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) is applicable in cases where a member’s complete details in Form-11 (New), Aadhar number and bank account details are available on the UAN Portal and UAN has been activated. Such members can submit this form directly to the concerned EPFO office, without attestation of claim form by the employers.

2. Purpose of advance & documents required: (The purpose may be one of the following):
i) Housing Loan/Purchase of site/house/fiat or for construction/Addition alteration in existing house/Repayment of Housing loan: No document is required. New Declaration Form/Utilization Certificate required earlier has been discontinued.

ii) Illness of member/family: 1) Certificate of doctor and  2) Certificate by an employer that ESIC facility is not available to the member may be submitted by the member.

iii) Marriage of self/son/daughter/brother/sister: No document/Marriage Card is required.

iv) Post Matriculation education of children: No document is required.

v) Lockout or closure of factory/Cut in supply of electricity: No document is required

vi) Natural calamity: No document is required.

vii) Purchasing equipment by physically handicapped: Medical certificate is required.

viii) One year before retirement: 90% of total PF balance can be withdrawn. No document Is required.

ix) Investment in Varistha Pension Bima Yojana: 90% of total PF balance can be transferred to LIC. No document is required.

3. No Revenue stamp (Re. 1/-) is required to be affixed by the member.

4. Income Tax (TDS) Is deducted if the service is less than 5 years (60 months). No Income Tax (105) is deducted in case the total balance is less than Rs. 50,000/-. However, TDS Is deducted @10% if the member submits PAN in such cases. In case PAN is not submitted, then TDS @34.608% Is deducted.

5. The total service in the present establishment as well as previous establishment is counted and, therefore, it is advisable to merge all PF accounts.

6. Pension Withdrawal benefits can be availed only if the service is less than 10 years.

INSTRUCTION FOR FILLING THE COMPOSITE CLAIM FORM (NON-AADHAR)

1. Purpose of advance & documents required: (The purpose may be one of the following):
i) Housing Loan/Purchase of site/house/flat or for construction/Addition alteration in existing house/Repayment of Housing loan: No document is required. New Declaration Form/Utilization Certificate required earlier has been discontinued.

ii) Illness of member/family: 1) Certificate of doctor and  2) Certificate by employer that ESIC facility is not available to the member may be submitted by the member.

iii) Marriage of self/son/daughter/brother/sister: No document/Marriage Card is required.

iv) Post Matriculation education of children: No document is required.

v) Lockout or closure of factory/Cut in supply of electricity: No document is required

vi) Natural calamity: No document Is required.

vii) Purchasing equipment by physically handicapped: Medical certificate is required.

viii) One year before retirement: 90% of total PF balance can be withdrawn. No document is required.

ix) Investment in Varistha Pension Bima Yojana: 90% of total PF balance can be transferred to LIC. No document is required.

2. No Revenue stamp (Re. 1/-) is required to be affixed by the member.

3. Income Tax (TDS) is deducted if the service is less than 5 years (60 months). No income Tax (TDS) is deducted in case the total balance is less than Rs. 50,000/-. However, TDS is deducted @10% if the member submits PAN in such cases. In case PAN is not submitted, then TDS @34.608% is deducted.

4. The total service in the present establishment as well as previous establishment is counted and, therefore, it is advisable to merge all PF accounts.

5. Pension Withdrawal benefits can be availed only if the service is less than 10 years.

Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation has embarked upon its next phase of e-governance reforms with a view to make its services available to its stakeholders in an efficient and transparent manner. EPFO has since implemented Universal Account Number WAN) for its subscribers. It is now possible for subscribers, who have seeded with Aadhar number and Bank account details, to submit claim forms directly to EPFO without the attestation of employers.

The Central Provident Fund Commissioner vide order No. WSU/10(1)2011/Changes in MAP/34106 dated 01.12.2015 had prescribed new Forms No. 19(UAN), 10C(UAN) & 31(UAN) for all employees whose Aadhar number and Bank account details had been seeded with Universal Account Number (UAN). The said order is being modified to prescribe a Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) to replace the existing Forms No. 19(UAN), 10C(UAN) & 31(UAN) with a view to simplify the submission of claim forms by subscribers. This new Composite Claim Form (Aadhar), enclosed herewith can be submitted to respective jurisdictional EPFO office, without the attestation of employers.

In pursuance of provisions of paragraph 72(5) of the Employees’ Provident Funds Scheme, 1952, Central Provident Fund Commissioner, hereby prescribes the new Composite Claim Form (Non-Aadhar) to replace the existing Forms No. 19, 10C & 31 with a view to simplify the submission of claim forms by subscribers. The new Composite Claim Form (Non-Aadhar), enclosed herewith shall be submitted with the attestation of employers to the respective jurisdictional EPFO office.

Further, the submission of Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) / Composite Claim Form (Non-Aadhar) will be further simplified and modified to include self-certification by EPF subscribers in place of various certificates prescribed at present. These include:-

Para 68B: The “New Declaration Form” required to be appended with Form No. 31 for housing loan/purchase of site/house/flat or for construction/addition, alteration in existing house/repayment of housing loan shall stand discontinued. Similarly, the present practice of calling for “Utilization Certificate” shall also be dispensed with. No document would be required to be submitted by the subscriber in respect of these partial withdrawals.

Para 68H: Grant of advances in case of closure of factories: No document would be required to be submitted by the subscriber along with the Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) / Composite Claim Form (Non-Aadhar).

Para 68K: Marriage advance & for availing advance for the post-matriculation education of children: No document, including marriage card, would be required to be submitted by the subscribers.

Para 68L: Advance in abnormal condition: Member may self-certify that his property has been damaged. No document would be required to be submitted by the subscriber.

Para 68J & 68N: Orders in respect of certificates under this pass will be issued separately.

It may be noted that the submission of Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) / Composite Claim form (Non-Aadhar) duly signed by the EPF subscriber shall be construed as ‘self-certification’ for the above said partial withdrawals, for which no document as specified above would be required to be submitted to the EPFO offices.

This order shall be made operational with immediate effect.

INSTRUCTION FOR FILLING COMPOSITE CLAIM FORM (AADHAR)

1. The Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) is applicable in cases where a member’s complete details in Form-11 (New), Aadhar number and bank account details are available on the UAN Portal and UAN has been activated. Such members can submit this form directly to the concerned EPFO office, without attestation of claim form by the employers.

2. Purpose of advance & documents required: (The purpose may be one of the following):
i) Housing Loan/Purchase of site/house/fiat or for construction/Addition alteration in existing house/Repayment of Housing loan: No document is required. New Declaration Form/Utilization Certificate required earlier has been discontinued.

ii) Illness of member/family: 1) Certificate of doctor and  2) Certificate by an employer that ESIC facility is not available to the member may be submitted by the member.

iii) Marriage of self/son/daughter/brother/sister: No document/Marriage Card is required.

iv) Post Matriculation education of children: No document is required.

v) Lockout or closure of factory/Cut in supply of electricity: No document is required

vi) Natural calamity: No document is required.

vii) Purchasing equipment by physically handicapped: Medical certificate is required.

viii) One year before retirement: 90% of total PF balance can be withdrawn. No document Is required.

ix) Investment in Varistha Pension Bima Yojana: 90% of total PF balance can be transferred to LIC. No document is required.

3. No Revenue stamp (Re. 1/-) is required to be affixed by the member.

4. Income Tax (TDS) Is deducted if the service is less than 5 years (60 months). No Income Tax (105) is deducted in case the total balance is less than Rs. 50,000/-. However, TDS Is deducted @10% if the member submits PAN in such cases. In case PAN is not submitted, then TDS @34.608% Is deducted.

5. The total service in the present establishment as well as previous establishment is counted and, therefore, it is advisable to merge all PF accounts.

6. Pension Withdrawal benefits can be availed only if the service is less than 10 years.

INSTRUCTION FOR FILLING THE COMPOSITE CLAIM FORM (NON-AADHAR)

1. Purpose of advance & documents required: (The purpose may be one of the following):
i) Housing Loan/Purchase of site/house/flat or for construction/Addition alteration in existing house/Repayment of Housing loan: No document is required. New Declaration Form/Utilization Certificate required earlier has been discontinued.

ii) Illness of member/family: 1) Certificate of doctor and  2) Certificate by employer that ESIC facility is not available to the member may be submitted by the member.

iii) Marriage of self/son/daughter/brother/sister: No document/Marriage Card is required.

iv) Post Matriculation education of children: No document is required.

v) Lockout or closure of factory/Cut in supply of electricity: No document is required

vi) Natural calamity: No document Is required.

vii) Purchasing equipment by physically handicapped: Medical certificate is required.

viii) One year before retirement: 90% of total PF balance can be withdrawn. No document is required.

ix) Investment in Varistha Pension Bima Yojana: 90% of total PF balance can be transferred to LIC. No document is required.

2. No Revenue stamp (Re. 1/-) is required to be affixed by the member.

3. Income Tax (TDS) is deducted if the service is less than 5 years (60 months). No income Tax (TDS) is deducted in case the total balance is less than Rs. 50,000/-. However, TDS is deducted @10% if the member submits PAN in such cases. In case PAN is not submitted, then TDS @34.608% is deducted.

4. The total service in the present establishment as well as previous establishment is counted and, therefore, it is advisable to merge all PF accounts.

5. Pension Withdrawal benefits can be availed only if the service is less than 10 years.

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