The repatriation process from Saudi Arabia to India involves several steps:
Local funeral arrangements
Receiving in India
With over 1 year of experience in repatriations, we are the most trusted provider of repatriation services from Saudi Arabia to India. Below are some primary reasons:
To begin the repatriation process, the following would be required:
We follow a streamlined process for seamless repatriations:
After death, the mortal remains are transferred to our facility. We will arrange for burial or cremation locally as per the family’s wishes.
Our team will complete all documentation formalities with relevant ministries and the Indian embassy.
We will prepare the mortal remains as per International Air Transport Association (IATA) regulations.
We will liaise with the airlines to arrange for the earliest possible flight for repatriation to India.
Our team will handle all customs clearance and make sure your loved one is treated with the utmost care and respect as they are loaded onto the plane.
Our Indian associates will be there to receive the mortal remains and assist with customs clearance.
At the end of the journey, we will organize a respectful transfer of your loved one to the final resting place chosen by the family for the funeral service.
To begin the repatriation process or for any assistance, please contact our case managers. We’re here for you 24/7 during this hard time. You can trust us to bring your loved one home with dignity, on time, and without any hassle.
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: