How to Transfer Previous Company PF Account to New Company Online (With Pictures)

Have you changed your job? if your answer is YES..What about PF? Are you going to claim PF amount? No.. Do not do like that if you are in emergency of money you can but my advice is do not withdraw the PF amount. There is a option for transfer your PF amount to new account where you are working currently.

Then why to claim? Just transfer your total PF amount to new PF Account by following these steps easily.

Here is a step-by-step guide to how you can log into the EPFO portal and facilitate the transfer of your PF funds from one employer to another. So You Just Follow this Steps

Step 01:First Click here for go to the transfer portal directly Click on login then the below window will open

Step 02: Fill your details like PAN Number and mobile number which is already registered. And login.


Step 03: Like showing above select the "REQUEST FOR TRANSFER OF ACCOUNT" on claim button from menu bar. The new window will open like this.


Ok now fill the details of your PF account and submit. DONE.

Once your account transferred to your new account; you will get transfer confirmation detail to your mail from PF office.


Before transferring your account you need to check eligibility of transfer account (Check the picture of step 02).Or Click Here To CHECK ELIGIBILITY FOR FILING ONLINE TRANSFER CLAIM

If You had don't get your query, Follow Bellow Steps 

If you have already been assigned a Universal Account Number, you can transfer funds easily. Ask your employer for UAN, if you haven’t got it.
  1. Go to the EPFO website at http://members.epfoservices.in/home.php and create your UAN based login ID.
  2. This will take you to a page where you have to enter your UAN, mobile number and details of current employer like state, establishment number and account number.
  3. Then you need to check if account is eligible for a transfer on the EPFO site. You need to fill in the state where the employer was located and search by name or establishment number from a drop down menu.
  4. After you have filled in the details, click on Check Eligibility.
  5. The site will then let you know if your account is eligible, or not. If it is, then you can register on the EPFO website.
  6. You have to submit a valid photo ID such PAN card, Aadhaar or driving licence. The website will also send a PIN to your mobile which you have to verify.
  7. Submitting the PIN successfully will give you a confirmation message. Continue further.
  8. This will take you to the EPFO Member Claims Portal, To log in you have to provide the document ID and phone number. After signing in, you can see all options.
  9. Go to the top tabs and click on Request for transfer of account.
  10. You can now access and fill in PF transfer form. It has three broad parts:

First, you have to enter personal information in the first part. Other than your name and email you have to enter IFSC code of the bank and your salary account number.

In second part, fill in details of your old PF account

In part three, fill in details of current PF account.The claim can be attested by your previous or current employer. It takes some time for their end to do it.

After the form is correctly filled in, you can click preview to see if the information is correct. Or else modify.

After ensuring all the information is correct, enter the captcha and get PIN. Also click “I Agree”.
After entering the PIN, the claim transfer is initiated.

You can also check the status of your funds transfer through the portal. In case of any hitches you may enquire at the previous/ current employer end or write to EPFO directly.

This is how easy, the funds transfer of PF has become through the online portal.

If You have any questions please comment below we will look into it....

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