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A. Whole Human Remains

Checklist of Requirements

An original copy and one (1) photocopy must be submitted for all documentary requirements listed below:

  • Death Certificate issued by the Register Office or, in its absence, a Coroner's Certificate of the Fact of Death
  • Embalming Certificate issued by the funeral parlour
  • Certificate to the effect that the human remains have been properly placed in a hermetically sealed container or casket (Funeral Director's Declaration stating that the remains have been properly prepared and packed for shipment)
  • Certificate that there is no existence of the infectious disease subject to international health regulations (IHR), emerging or re-emerging disease, of public health emergencies of international concern (PHEIC) from the health authority of the country of origin;
  • Out of England Removal Certificate issued by the Coroner or its equivalent
  • The Declaration must also state the flight details and the consignee's address
  • “Certificate of No Objection” from the Philippine Embassy
  • Passport of the deceased
  • Processing fee of £23.00 upon issuance by the Philippine Embassy of a Consular Mortuary Certificate

 

B. Cremated Remains

Checklist of Requirements

An original copy and one (1) photocopy must be submitted for all documentary requirements listed below:

  • Death Certificate issued by the Register Office or, in its absence, a Coroner's Certificate of the Fact of Death
  • Cremation Certificate
  • Certificate to the effect that the human remains have been properly placed in a hermetically sealed container or urn (Funeral Director's Declaration stating that the remains have been properly prepared and packed for shipment)
  • Certificate that there is no existence of the infectious disease subject to international health regulations (IHR), emerging or re-emerging disease, of public health emergencies of international concern (PHEIC) from the health authority of the country of origin;
  • Certificate or declaration from the crematorium or funeral director stating that the urn contains only the ashes of the deceased
  • Passport of the deceased
  • Passport of the authorized person who will be carrying the cremated remains to the Philippines
  • Flight itinerary
  • Full repatriation details and consignee’s address
  • Processing fee of £23.00 upon issuance by the Philippine Embassy of a Consular Mortuary Certificate

 

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