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Death Overseas

Published:
22 December 2015
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Death Overseas

The death of a relative or friend is always distressing, but if it happens abroad the distress can be made worse by practical problems. After the death of a relative or friend abroa you are likely to have countless questions. What should I do now? How can I communicate with people in a foreign language? Who can I turn to for help? This leaflet explains what practical support British consular staff can offer you and what you need to do yourself.

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