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Distance is No Barrier to Saying Goodbye: The Last Journey's International Repatriation Services

Dead Body Transportation from New Zealand To India

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Dead Body Transportation from New Zealand To India

Sending back the deceased body or human remains overseas includes too many responsibilities. Conducting the legal documentation process, dealing with local language issues, and following the protocols determined by foreign authorities, etc. cause complexities for a family performing self-transportation.

With the professional help of a certified funeral direction team, the deceased's family can relocate the dead body smoothly. Last Journey organization is a well-recognized and certified team known for its funeral-centric services.

You can hire us for safe, quick, and legal Dead Body Transportation from New Zealand to India. Our team will fulfill all the requirements of the deceased body, the concerned family, and the authorities demanding legal papers.

What are the key steps we follow for the lawful relocation of a dead body from New Zealand to India?

The team conducts the whole transition of remains in the four basic steps. Take a look at them.

  1. Notification to the higher authorities
  2. Obtaining legal documents
  3. Embalming and coffin box arrangement
  4. Travel arrangement

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Through the below-listed services, Last Journey team covers all the essential aspects of lawful repatriation.

  • Registration of the death
  • Obtaining clearance from embassies
  • Documentation process
  • Postmortem if needed
  • Embalming of the dead body
  • Arrangement of coffin box, domestic transportation, dead body freezer box, and metal container with AC facilities
  • Booking tickets for the final transportation from New Zealand to India
  • Contacting the local funeral homes on the behalf of deceased's family
  • Assisting the family in providing the right information to the authorities and receiving the right documents
  • Updating the family about all tasks if the team is taking whole and sole charge of the entire repatriation

What are the essential documents our team collects from the liable departments of New Zealand?

The absence of a single document can cause untimely delays in the air shifting of the dead body. To avoid such scenarios, the team collects the documents according to a rounded-up list. Here is the list including all the necessary documents.

  • Death Certificate of the deceased person.
  • A no objection certificate (NOC)
  • Embalming certificate
  • Reports certifying the quality of the coffin box
  • Postmortem reports if death happened due to any unnatural cause
  • Original Indian passport of the deceased person
  • IDs of the members participating in the repatriation
  • A letter stating No Communicable disease in the dead body by the public health and sanitation department
  • Details of the booked tickets for air cargo and flight services
  • Airport authority clearance
  • Local area police clearance
  • Transit permit by the Embassy of New Zealand
  • A consent letter by the family of the deceased
  • Name, address, and contact details of the consignee

After receiving all the documents, Last Journey team will arrange 10 photocopies of each document. You will be required to submit these copies to different departments in New Zealand as well as India.

How does the team provide the utmost care & dignity to the departed soul?

The dead body preparation process goes hand in hand with the documentation work. We shift the dead body to a hospital for primary medical examination and then to an embalming center.

In the embalming process, a team of professional embalming doctors replaces the body fluid with a mixture of chemicals and water. Along with it, coating of the entire outer skin with a specific chemical substance is also performed. These substances help the vulnerable remains to stay fresh for long hours.

In the end, the embalmed body will be shifted inside a coffin box and sealed properly.

Why do we offer two-way air cargo services to our clients?

It helps the deceased's family to send back the belongings of New Zealand authorities. If the cargo carrying a dead body is shipped alone, one or two team members will travel with it throughout the journey. In such a scenario, you must provide -

  1. Reciever's address
  2. Contact details
  3. Name 
Steps To Be Done

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