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Provident Fund (PF) is an investment fund provided to a salaried class person, contribution to which is made by both the employer and employee. The employee can avail the benefits of the investment upon retirement although there are provisions that allow the employee to liquidate the funds while in employment, subject to terms and conditions. The contribution made by the employer is equivalent to that of the employee i.e., 12% of the basic pay and DA, every month.

For claiming funds, a request has to be raised to The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO). The EPFO is a statutory body under the Ministry of Labour and Employment. The process of withdrawal of PF can be referred to here. In this article, we will see how we can check the status of our PF Withdrawal claim.

Procedure to check PF withdrawal claim online

Upon requesting for PPF withdrawal, there is a possibility that you may not get to know the status of your requisition. To address this problem the EPFO has launched an online process to know the status of your requisition.

To know the status of your claim the following information should be available to you:

1. Universal Account Number (UAN)

2. EPF regional office of your employer

3. Establishment/company

4. Extension code (if relevant)

With all of the above information/documents in hand, given below are the steps to be followed to check the status of your claim online.

Step 1: Go to the EPFO portal. Click on Our services> For Employees



Step 2: Click on ‘Know Your Claim Status’




Step 3: Enter your UAN and enter the captcha image




Step 4: Enter the following details




           1. Enter the state of your PF office

           2. Select your PF Office from the drop-down menu

           3. Enter your establishment code

           4. Enter your PF account number


Step 5: Click on the ‘Submit’ button to check the status of your PF claim.


For the benefit of the claimant, the EPFO also provides for alerts via SMS if a mobile number has been linked to the account. The SMS is sent to the following two instances:

1. On receipt of claim application.

2. On transfer of funds to the claimant’s bank account.


There could be income tax implication on your PF withdrawal under ‘certain scenarios. You can refer, taxability of PF withdrawal for a detailed understanding.

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