Why choose Ritual24eu?:
- work experience more 12 years old;
- schedule - 24/7;
- if necessary consultation and funeral services;
- city and country does not matter.
European countries open for tourism, so everyone travels a lot. The reason for this may be a vacation, opening a business or expanding sales markets. Many people want to see their relatives as soon as possible., who left for permanent residence abroad. But unforeseen circumstances may arise, among which the death of a loved one. In this case, relatives are worried about, how the body will be sent for burial in the home country. If a citizen foreign country died outside his state, then on their own loved ones will not be able to deliver him to his homeland. Unfortunately, most often our company helps to send bodies from Germany.
In order for the "cargo 200" to be transported, you need to draw up a set of documents. They give permission to cross the border with the body of the deceased.. How to be, when there are several borders ahead? Do not forget that, that you need to get insurance and medical documents. Also, the list of requirements includes a visit to the embassy. Little time is allocated for this, because it is necessary to follow the requirements of the legislation of the host countries.
The issue of repatriation has to be addressed in different ways., as there are many factors, which are associated with the death of a person. Based on the cause of death, list of documents may vary. Papers and certificates issued by various local authorities. Nuances, which concern the dispatch of “cargo 200” , experts know - they regularly perform such actions. The staff of the Ritual24eu funeral service have been helping with the delivery of deceased relatives for many years.
What will happen, if a foreign tourist dies in Switzerland?
If someone close to you dies in Switzerland, then bureaucracy, lack of knowledge of the language and sluggishness of insurance companies can further complicate the situation.
Fall while walking in the mountains or sudden heart attack, and now a wonderful vacation in Switzerland will end tragically for a person. What will happen next? How to send the body of the deceased home? What formalities should be done?
Indian pensioner Suzanta Muhopaja could not even imagine, that while on vacation in Switzerland, his old life will end irrevocably. He booked a 12 day bus trip around Europe. The disaster occurred on the second day of stay in the alpine republic. Suddenly, his 64-year-old wife lost her balance and fell while walking near the town of Leysin (Leysin) in the French-speaking west of the country. Tour leader, Indian woman, had no idea, what should she do in such a situation.
"After that, how did it all happen, a travel company representative tried to call Bombay for further instructions. She had no local contacts, no clinic phone number ", - complains C. Mukhopadzha speaking to swissinfo.ch. Fortunately, a local Swiss couple were able to orient themselves and called an emergency medical service.
Through 15 minutes the doctors were already at the scene. “My wife suffered a massive myocardial infarction. And it was only then that I realized the seriousness of the situation. ", - says C. Muhopaja. An hour later, the woman was taken to the University Hospital in Lausanne. (Vaud University Hospital Center - CHUV), but it was too late, she passed away. "I have no doubt, that my wife received the best medical care possible. So the real tragedy began after her death.. Everything, what i faced, was a real horror ", - says the Indian pensioner.
Money and documents
Language was the first problem.. As it turned out, in the leading clinic in French-speaking Switzerland, almost no one spoke English. Fortunately, Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaray, active Twitter user, noticed a message from my friend, in which the situation was described, and applied for assistance to the Indian Embassy in Switzerland. Embassy staff were able to help overcome the language barrier, but the obstacles did not end there.
FROM. Muhopaja immediately reported the incident to the Indian insurance company, from whom the travel insurance was purchased. The insurance company sent him a form to fill out, demanding a death certificate and a detailed medical report, and without these papers, she refused to cover the costs incurred. What documents are required