Repatriation to Ireland or Abroad

If a person close to you has passed away overseas we are here to help. Feehily’s have extensive experience repatriating people from places across the globe. We will arrange to get the remains back to Ireland as soon as possible in order for the funeral service and committal service to take place.

Similarly, if a loved one has passed away in Ireland and the remains are to be repatriated to another country we are here to help. We will liaise with the appropriate air transport authorities to arrange the repatriation.

It is important for some to be buried in their home country. Fulfilling this final request of a loved one need not be overwhelming. Here at Seán Feehilys Funeral Services our repatriation services offer the peace of mind of knowing your loved one is in expert hands. We will take care of the body and consult with the necessary authorities to ensure final wishes and regulations are met. 

Our repatriation service includes:

  • Consultation with family, embassies, coroner, hospital, airlines, completion of all legal documentation and certificates required for international transportation
  • Removal of the deceased from place of death into our care 
  • Preparation of the deceased for transportation, including embalming and dressing according to regulations

For more information or to talk to one of our experienced funeral directors, please call us on 071 9159999 or email

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