How to bring a body back from abroad ?
What is funeral repatriation?
International funeral repatriation is Transferring of a deceased loved one to their final resting place.
It’s a natural feeling of all of us that we want to bring back a close relative respectively a female or male partner or friend to his homeland, no matter how far away he is.
BE Assistance Agency is known by its leadership in preparing and charging the corpses to original homeland since 2005 in Egypt .
The company is expanded to deal with insurance companies in Europe , embassies, and specified medical services companies.
The company is featured by the maximum speed in preparing, charging corpses.
We offer our knowledge and experience in repatriation services all over the world wherever the deceased is and wherever the homeland destination is.
We are responsible for home delivering caskets secured as we work with high effort and cheap prices.
Firstly, Contact your chosen International funeral repatriation director, They will guide you through the steps, Paperwork, and registration must be done first.
How does it all happen?
The sending Funeral Director and the receiving Funeral Director will liaise with each other and the family to determine the best time frame and course of action.
After the death occurs
The deceased will be taken into care by the funeral director and cared for appropriately to the country they will be returning to.
family information is collected along with receiving funeral homes detail and final resting place to produce appropriate documents
- Medical death certificate.
- Registered death certificate.
- Embalming certificate.
- Non-infectious certificate.
- Hermetic sealing statement.
- Consulate approval.
- Statutory declaration.
We will take the deceased to the appropriate airline, usually through a freight forwarder, A nominated receiver must accept responsibility before that person can be sent.
Before they depart
There are options for families to have services and viewings here before the loved one is transferred home.
No matter the situation we have the ability and knowledge to care for everyone.
How long does it take to repatriate a body?
In generally, repatriation takes approximately 5-10 working days, from the date the deceased is released by the local authorities after releasing the authorization letter We begin releasing the required documents after then we book a flight and make the shipping process then send the flight details to the deceased relatives.
How much does it cost to send a dead body?
The fee for forwarding remains to another funeral home usually ranges from $1000.00 to $8000.00. The fee for receiving remains from another funeral home usually ranges from $800.00 to $2500.00. You will likely have to pay both of these fees, in addition to any other funeral home costs.