Once the death certificate has been obtained, the logistics for repatriation have to be arranged. This includes:
The deceased will need to be kept at a mortuary facility in Malaysia after death. Our funeral director will arrange for embalming, coffin, and storage until the repatriation date.
Specialized mortuaries offer:
On the day of departure, the coffin will be transported to the airport and loaded onto the booked flight. The family can choose to accompany the remains on the same flight or take a later one.
Once the flight lands in India, the coffin is unloaded and undergoes customs clearance. The NOC facilitates this process.
The remains are then handed over to the family or representative in India. They can arrange for final rites and funerals as per local customs with our support.
Given the complexities of international repatriation, it is advisable to connect with a professional repatriation service provider. Believ will handle all arrangements expertly and sensitively.
The key advantages of professional assistance are:
The total cost of repatriating from Malaysia to India depends on multiple factors:
Believ one of the Indian community organisations offers repatriation services. Getting quotes is advisable for cost comparison.
Repatriation is the process of transporting a deceased individual from one country to another, where the family members of the deceased person are residing. Some people from India, who die abroad would have expressed a desire to be buried or cremated in India. This will be taken care of and adequate services are provided by Beleiv.
No. Airlines authorities will not approve. Only certified Funeral Service providers like Beleiv or a specialized transport company can arrange for domestic or International dead-body Transportation Services.
Not every time. At Beleiv, our funeral directors will be contacting their partners or shipping authorities in both countries for easy and hassle-free transportation of dead bodies.
The time taken to repatriate the body varies and depends on the distance of the place the individual died. Although it normally takes between 5 to 7 days, if the deceased died of natural causes. If there is a delay due to post-mortem procedures, it may take 10 to 15 days as the case may be.
Repatriation of a loved one’s body to India will need the following documentation: