Body Repatriation to Romania
Homeland International support with repatriation of remains all over the world, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365-days a year. Our close-knit team are highly experienced in body repatriation to Romania. With our knowledge of repatriation assistance built upon decades of experience combined with our relationships with airline companies and embassies we can assure you are in safe hands.
We regularly arrange repatriations to Romania and have supported the Romanian embassy in London with high profile repatriations in the past, we are therefore well experienced in repatriation of remains to Romania.
How body repatriation to Romania works
At Homeland International we provide everything required for the repatriation of remains to Romania. Typically, repatriation usually takes between 5 to 7 days, however in certain situations such as if a coroner is involved this may extend the time frame slightly. Once in our care, our team will care for the person who has died, complete the embalming which is required for repatriation and prepare the coffin for international transportation.
Estimate of Costs
Our Professional Fees
Local Removal (within M25) *
Care of the Deceased Person and International Embalming
Coffin Suitable for Repatriation
Free from Infection Certificate
Transportation to the Airport
Flight to Romania **
Embassy Visits and legalisation
*We are able to collect the deceased person from anywhere in the UK and will provide an additional cost for collection outside of London.
**Estimate based on 150KG, actual costing to be provided before repatriation.
Documents Required for Repatriation of Remains to Romania
Documents for you to provide to Homeland International
- Passport of the deceased person
- Two Death Certificates
- Homeland International Authorisation Form (this will be sent to you for completion)
- Romanian ID Card
- Letter from the cemetery in Romania accepting the deceased
- Authorisation letter signed by the family (with scan of their Romanian ID)
- Out of England Certificate
- Freedom from Infection Certificate
- Embalming Certificate
- Funeral Directors Declaration Certificate
- Air Waybill document from airline
- Embassy Permit
Airports we can fly to in Romania
We are able to arrange repatriation of remains to most international airports in Romania and on arrival it is usually the company or person appointed by the family who will collect.
If, however, you require a recommendation or assistance with services in Romania then we have reliable contacts willing to assist. Airports we are usually able to repatriate to in Romania are:
To proceed with our services, we require you to complete our authorisation form which can be emailed, posted or completed at one of our offices in the UK. Once we have received the death certificate and passport, we can begin the repatriation procedure and will keep you updated at every stage.
Contact us to begin arrangements or ask any further questions you may have: