Return of mortal remains or repatriation of mortal remains simply means the transportation of an insured person's deceased body back to their home country, and the other formalities associated with it.
Our Mission is to offer emotional support, friendship & provide a safe prompt and legal transportation for bereaved persons and to share their grief.
"Better, strangely, to have loved and lost than to have never risked loving at all. But that's perceived callously, no matter how true it is, especially to the one still lost to love gone. Love and grief, it seems, have an antagonistic relationship with each other."
Whether you need to arrange to move a deceased family member across the United States or return a loved one back to their country of origin to their final resting place; we can take care of the complete process with respect.
The United States of America has a large immigrant population, many of which choose repatriation to their country of origin upon death; we also have a growing transient senior population. More and more Americans are choosing to retire to warmer climates in Florida, California, Hawaii or even as far as Mexico and the Caribbean.
What does this mean for family members when a close one expires? Those left behind are faced with the issue of bringing Mom or Dad back to their hometown to be laid to rest in their designated cemetery plot.
Prompt Services at the most economical cost in the United States.
We will coordinate everything on your behalf, and with their knowledge, contacts and expertise, can guarantee you the safe and dignified transportation of your loved one at the most economical cost.
Cost of Dead Body Repatriation
We do worldwide transportation of mortal remains to countries in Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa and Australia. The cost of repatriation can vary to a large extent from
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For long-distance transportation, air transportation is a preferred mode of journey.
The Funeral Casket is in most cases the most expensive item you will buy when planning a so-called modern day funeral service. Funeral Caskets are generally sold on their visual appeal, however, the prices charged for funeral Caskets varies enormously. Caskets are generally made from materials like woods, metals or plastics. The average casket sold in America today costs just over $2,500, however, some of the Bronze and Copper funeral Caskets can cost well over $15,000.
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