New EPF Composite Claim Form | Single Page Form for different types of PF Withdrawals (Full / Partial)

EPFO (Employees Provident Fund Organization) has recently introduced a single page and composite PF claim form for all types of Withdrawals. This new EPF Composite Claim Form replaces all the existing UAN (or) non-UAN based claim forms like Form 19, Form 10C and Form 31.

Currently, Forms 19, 10C & 31 are accepted for PF Final Settlement, EPS Pension withdrawal and PF Partial withdrawal respectively. If your Aadhar number, Bank account and other KYC details have been seeded to your UAN, you can submit UAN based Forms 19, 10c & 31 for the said purposes to EPFO directly without employers attestation.

To add further convenience to EPF subscribers, all these forms now have been further simplified and replaced with a single page ‘new Composite Claim Form‘ (CCF).

Two types of new common withdrawal form have been introduced i.e. new CCF (Aadhar) and new CCF (non-Aadhar).

  • EPF Composite Claim Form (Aadhar) : If your UAN has been seeded with Aadhar and bank details, this form can be submitted for all types of withdrawals. The attestation of employer is not required and this form can be submitted to EPFO directly.
  • EPF Composite Claim Form (Non-Aadhar) : If your UAN has not yet been seeded with Aadhar and bank details, this form can be submitted for all types of PF withdrawals. The attestation of employer is required and the form has to routed through an employer.

New EPF Composite Claim Form | Common Withdrawal Form

An EPF member can withdraw his/her PF balance fully (subject to certain conditions) or partially for different kinds of purposes.

The new Common claim form can be submitted for the below purposes;

  • PF Final Settlement (Full withdrawal)
  • EPS – Pension Withdrawal
  • Advance or Partial PF withdrawals for purposes like;EPF Loan options pic
    • Housing Loan, Purchase of site, Construction of house, renovation of house etc.,
    • Medical treatment of self/family member
    • One year before retirement
    • Investment in Varistha Pension Bima Yojana
    • Marriage of self / son / daughter / brother / sister etc.,

EPF Partial Withdrawals & New Instructions

  • Currently, an EPF subscriber who wishes to take PF loan / advance (part withdrawal), has to submit a ‘Declaration Form’ besides Form 31 or Form 31 (UAN). With effective from Feb 2017, there is no need to submit any declaration form along with new PF Composite Claim Form.
  • No document / certificate would be required to be submitted along with the CCF (aadhar/non-aadhar) for partial PF withdrawals meant for purposes like Housing loan, marriage, construction of house & education expenses. In place of documents / certificates, an EPF member has to just self-certify the Common withdrawal form.
  • 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 would be required to be submitted to the EPFO offices.EPF Partial withdrawal Advance Loan housing marriage education medical treatment new instructions new

Latest & New PF Common Withdrawal Form 

  • Click on the below image to download New EPF Composite Claim Form (Aadhar).New EPF Composite Claim Form Aadhar Common PF Withdrawal form pic
  • Click on the below image to download New EPF Composite Claim Form (Non-Aadhar).New EPF Composite Claim Form Non Aadhar Common PF Withdrawal form

It is nice to see these new initiatives being taken up by the EPFO but they also need to make sure that their online portals are up and live 24/7 (EPFO UAN based portals have been down due to some technical issues for the last 45 to 60 days). Also, let’s hope that EPFO will launch their online PF withdrawal facility soon 🙂

(Continue reading : ‘EPF Partial Withdrawal options & rules‘) (Post first published on : 22-February-2017)

  • Parthasarathy says:


    I had two different pf account under my uan and transferred the old one to current one. EPF amount only get transferred but not this EPS.

    When I tried to to online EPS claim via UAN portal, the claim option is showing only “FORM 31” not the FORM 10c. Can you please advise how to claim my EPS or how to apply FORM 10c


    • Dear Parthasarathy,
      Upon successful transfer of EPF, the EPS balance wont get reflected in Passbook, only the service period gets carried forward.
      To claim full balance withdrawal online, Date of Exit and Date of joining should have been updated by your ex-employer. You can find these details under Service history in your UAN interface.
      If these details are not found, you may kindly request your ex-employer to update the same.

      Kindly read : EPF online withdrawal process..

  • Amit sharma says:

    Hi sir,
    I need a help… Related to pf

    I have My UAN no.. In that I have 2 member id.. In first one I served approx 1.4 month.

    And I second one i served approx 5 month.

    KYC is updated.. How can I withdraw my PF amount.

    Should I transfer first member id amount to second smemver Id pf or else I can directly claim separately both member id amount.

    Someone told me. That I have to transfer my first member id of amount to second member id account, which will take approx 1 month. Then I can claim second member id amount…

  • Madhu says:

    Hi Sreekanth,

    Hope you’re doing good.

    Please help me out to understand this PF withdraw issue. I had worked with my previous (X) organization for 4.6 years & I didn’t withdraw the (X) PF amount or neither transferred the (X) PF to it to my (Y) new company when I had joined 2 years back. Since I didn’t withdraw my previous (X) PF account where I was worked for 4.6 years & now I’m planning to withdraw it since I will be buying a flat in coming months. Could you please advise me here. My previous (X) company UAN no is different (totally 7.4yrs of my service) & my new (Y) company UAN no also different. For my Previous (X) company UAN, I’ve done with the KYC.

    Appreciate your valuable advice here.


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