Repatriation of the deceased to Ukraine

If your loved one dies outside of their country of residence, it can be a confusing and complicated situation.
We'll explain everything you need to know about body repatriation to Ukraine and how the process works.

There are several steps involved in the process of body repatriation from abroad to Ukraine:

  • Notify the authorities
The first step of body repatriation from abroad to Ukraine is to contact the local authorities in the country where the person has died, so you can register the death.
Ukrainian embassy should also be able to help you in the process of registering the death abroad.

  • Arrange the correct documents
You’ll need to have all the right paperwork before you can repatriate your loved one home from abroad to Ukraine.
If you are repatriating a body to Ukraine for burial or cremation, the documents you will need include:
1/ Death certificate
2/ Ukrainian translation of the death certificate
3/ Ukrainian Embassy Permission to transport the body to Ukraine
4/ Passport of the deceased

  • Transport the deceased to Ukraine
When arranging repatriation of mortal remains, the deceased is usually transported to Ukraine by air or by road.

Call us on +380971498785 to know more about our international repatriation services.

Alternatively you can complete our online information submission form to provide us with all of the details we need to proceed, or to request a quotation.
Request a quote without obligation
Call us on +380971498785 or email us at funeralia.org@gmail.com
Repatriation to/from Ukraine & Cremation - how does it work?
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E-mail us or call to us
You will receive answers to questions about the cost and timing of repatriation or cremation services
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Sign the Power of Authority
Based on the POA we will do everything necessary to arrange repatiation or cremation services
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Keep in touch
You will be informed about our every step