Returning deceased relatives home in a coronavirus pandemic

While still possible, it may take up to one month.

COVID-19 has claimed the lives of over 50,000 Americans, including immigrants. Some immigrants may have wished for a funeral service in their countries of origin.
Is this possible at all in a coronavirus pandemic?
How much does it cost?
How long does it take?
What happens with the remains of undocumented immigrants?
How about a U.S. citizen who died abroad? What about a tourist who died here?
David McComb is the CEO and owner of Inman Shipping Worldwide, the oldest and largest international repatriation and shipping service in the country. While transportation is still possible, it may take double the time, says McComb, and cost you somewhere in the area of about $4,000. McComb answers all the above questions, over Zoom, in this segment of America with an Accent with Enkela Vehbiu.

 

April 26, 2020

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