Process of claiming the PF from inactive accounts

Hello. I have details of all my previous PFs. Trouble is that it is inactive. I want to transfer all my inactive PFs to current ones.

Please let me know the correct process for the same. I attempted once but they returned my claim saying that the details are wrong.

Thank you. more  

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It is really a long drawn process. You need to submit the application to PF office where your last PF amount was deposited. From here if the PF person is good you can get this done in a couple of months. You need to transfer all PF in to on place and then you can with draw. The key issue will be to get it transfered from other offices. Normally they neither acknowledge your application nor do the needful. So you will not have any documents in your hand. more  
Thanks..i have registered a grievance on the website..hopefully the issue should be resolved..thanks all for your help more  
write on I had a issue with pf office vashi they rejected my claim several time but no letter to me. When I raised on PF office was chasing me to get my claim settled. more  
I would suggest visit the local PF Office once.Meet the PF Pro/ Commisione and explain him your issue,Take his phone no and follow from there.
It will require patience.I got my PF Pension done by following up personall with the local office.It took four months. more  
you can lodge your grievance through epfo site under employee services lodge grievance about the delay in processing, then the papers will be moved in faster manner more  
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