There is important documentation required by both the UAE and India when repatriating. This includes:
UAE Documentation– Cancellation of visa, Emirates ID return, closing bank accounts, rental contract termination, etc.
Indian Documentation– Proof of residence in India, passport, visa, PIO, or OCI card if applicable.
As a repatriation service provider, we are familiar with all documentation required on both sides and can ensure it is complete before travel.
Relocating your possessions, household goods, and automobiles to India from the United Arab Emirates necessitates professional expertise in navigating customs rules, shipping methods, and import taxes. We will handle:
Believ will arrange one-way flights to India that align with the shipment of goods. This includes:
Closing accounts and canceling services in the UAE takes time. We will systematically shut down utilities, memberships, insurance, licenses, and anything else that needs terminating. With our experience, the cancellation process is smooth and thorough, avoiding any loose ends.
Moving back to India after years abroad requires cultural adjustment. Be open-minded about changes during your time away. Reconnect with local customs and etiquette. Don’t judge too quickly. Appreciate your home country with fresh eyes. Embrace family support. As a repatriation service provider, we can provide cross-cultural training and advice.
Navigating repatriation requirements between countries as large and bureaucratic as the UAE and India is complex. Believ, a professional repatriation service provider offers many benefits:
For those returning home to India after living abroad in the UAE, our team can simplify and streamline the entire process.
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: