To file an LIC maturity claim, you can follow these steps:

  1. Contact your servicing branch. This is the branch that manages your LIC policy. You can find the contact information for your servicing branch on the LIC website or in your policy documents.
  2. Inquire about the maturity claim process. The branch representatives will be able to provide you with detailed instructions on how to file your claim and the documents you will need to submit.
  3. Fill out the required claim forms. The most common claim form for maturity claims is Form No. 3825. You can download this form from the LIC website or from your servicing branch.
  4. Collect the required documents. The specific documents you will need to submit will vary depending on your policy and your individual circumstances. However, some common documents include:
    • The original policy document
    • A copy of your ID proof
    • A copy of your bank account details
    • A duly completed claim form
  5. Submit the claim form and documents to your servicing branch. Once you have submitted all of the required documents, your claim will be processed.
  6. Receive your maturity claim payment. Once your claim has been approved, the maturity claim payment will be credited to your bank account.

Note: LIC usually sends a maturity claim intimation letter to the policyholder two months before the maturity date. This letter provides information about the maturity claim process and the documents that need to be submitted.

Here are some additional tips for filing an LIC maturity claim:

  • Make sure that you have paid all of the premiums for your policy. If you have missed any premiums, your claim may be delayed or denied.
  • Submit all of the required documents on time. Incomplete or missing documents may delay the processing of your claim.
  • Review your claim form carefully before submitting it. Make sure that all of the information is accurate and complete.
  • Keep a copy of all of the documents that you submit with your claim.

If you have any questions about the LIC maturity claim process, you can contact your servicing branch or LIC customer care.

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