Death Abroad

At Homeland International we understand how overwhelming it can feel when someone dies abroad. Not only are you coming to terms with the death of your loved one, but you are also confronted with the practicalities of bringing your loved one back home during a time that is already heightened with emotions.

Our experienced team specialises in assisting families who have suffered the death of a family member overseas. Wherever a death may occur in the world, we have the knowledge and experience to help assist you in all aspects of repatriation.

An Overview of What We Do

Liaison

Continued liaison 24/7 with all case stakeholders including local delivery partner, assistance partner and next of kin.

Flights

Preferential rates for global freight and accompanying passenger flights with all major carriers.

Paperwork

Oversight and completion of all required documentation including permits, permissions, declarations and customs clearances.

Concierge

Full travel concierge service for relatives of the deceased, as well as return of luggage/effects of the deceased person.

Mortuary Care

Preparation and presentation of the deceased person in accordance with local custom and international standards for transportation.

Memorials

Coordination & arrangement of local memorial funeral or memorial services if requested and required at location of departure or destination.

Repatriations back to the UK

To help guide you, we have put together information on the countries where repatriations back to the UK are carried out most frequently.

We can repatriate to or from anywhere in the world so please get in contact with a member of the team if you would like specific information or a quote from a country other than those listed here.

More information

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Guide to Repatriation Costs

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Caskets and Coffins

What to do when
someone dies abroad

Transporting Ashes
Internationally