Aha ki te mahi ina mate te tangata

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Ako nga kaupae e hiahia ana koe ki te tango i ka mate te tangata i roto i te USA. Kimihia atu te mea ki te mahi i te mea e hiahia koe ki te waiho hoki i te mema o koutou mate utuafare ranei kei te mate i roto i tetahi atu whenua.

Learn the steps you need to take when someone dies in the USA. Find out what to do if you wish to leave because a member of your family dies or is dying in another country.

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I roto i te USA, mate te nuinga o te iwi i roto i te whare hōhipera ngote ranei. Ka mohio nga nēhi me taote aha ki te mahi i ka mate te tangata. ka ui ratou mau uiraa ki ārahi koe me te āwhina ia koutou hanga whakatau. kia mea Ameliká “haere atu” ranei “haere” hei utu mo o “mate.” kia whakamahi ratou nga kupu “te tūpāpaku” ranei “koutou tetahi i aroha” ranei “toenga” ka kōrero ratou e pā ana ki te tinana.

In the USA, most people die in a hospital or nursing home. The nurses and doctors will know what to do when someone dies. They will ask questions to guide you and help you make decisions. Americans may say “passed away” or “passed” instead of “died.” They may use the words “the deceased” or “your loved one” or “remains” when they talk about the body.

A, no te mate te tangata i te kāinga

When someone dies at home

Ki te mate te tangata i te kāinga i te mate, kia whai koe i te Tūroro kaimahi hauora ranei ki te tauturu a koutou. e kore e hiahia ana koe ki te mahi i tetahi mea noa e rite koe. Ka taea e koe te tango i te wa e hiahia ana koe mo tetahi hui whakapono, ritenga mau faaineineraa ranei. Ka taea e te hanga i te kaimahi hauora te parau mate mōhiohio me te makona i roto i te puka.

If someone dies at home from illness, you may have a hospice or medical worker to help you. You do not need to do anything until you are ready. You can take the time you need for any religious ceremony, custom or preparations. The medical workers can make the official death pronouncement and fill in the forms.

A, no te mate ohorere te tangata

When someone dies suddenly

Ki te mate ohorere tetahi tangata, e hiahia ana koe ki te karanga 911 ki te pūrongo i reira kua e te mate. ka haere mai te āpiha pirihimana kaimahi whawhati tata ranei. ka korero ratou te kaitirotiro hauora. He kaitirotiro hauora he tangata e titiro i te tinana, me te tatauranga ki waho ranei ne fakapapau◊i pehea mate te tangata. Ka taea e koe te pānui i atu e pā ana ki me pehea ki te hapai i te mate ohorere.

If a person dies suddenly, you will need to call 911 to report that there has been a death. A police officer or emergency worker will come. They will tell the medical examiner. A medical examiner is someone who looks at the body and figures out or confirms how the person died. You can read more about how to handle an unexpected death.

Whiwhi i te tiwhikete mate

Getting a death certificate

Ka tīmata i te kaitirotiro rata te tiwhikete mate ki te rēhita i te mate. Ka tango i te tiwhikete mate he wiki ranei atu ki te haere mai. ka ui koe maha rangatira mo te kape o te tiwhikete mate. Ka Me pea koe 10 kape o te tiwhikete mate. Ka taea e koe te pānui i pā ana ki me pehea ki te tono tiwhikete mate anō.

The medical examiner will start a death certificate to register the death. The death certificate will take a week or more to come. Many officials will ask you for a copy of death certificate. You will probably need 10 copies of the death certificate. You can read about how to order extra death certificates.

Tangihanga, me te tahu tūpāpaku

Funerals and cremation

He tinana mate me haere ki te whare tangihanga ki te kia rite mo te tanumanga. He tino utu mau utuafare Funeral. Ki te te tinana, ko te ki te kia tahuna (tahuna ki te pungarehu homai ki a koutou), e kore e koe e hiahia ki te utu mo te whare tangihanga. A, no te tangata mate, Ka taea e te tinana te haere tika i te hōhipera tou kāinga ranei ki te crematorium.

A dead body must go to a funeral home to be prepared for burial. Funeral homes are very expensive. If the body is to be cremated (burned with the ashes given to you), you do not need to pay for a funeral home. When someone dies, the body can go straight from the hospital or your home to a crematorium.

e kore e hiahia ana koe ki te hoko i tētahi afata utu (pouaka mō te tanumanga). He afata rakau, me te pepa ohie e te hunga e tika ana mō te fakamomofí me mo te tanumanga. Kia mahi koe tou ake tikanga tangihanga ranei whiriwhiri i te ratonga fakalotu.

You do not need to buy an expensive casket (box for burial). There are simple wooden and cardboard caskets that are suitable for cremation and for burial. You may do your own funeral ceremonies or choose a religious service.

Mea ka hiahia koe ki te mahi i ka mate te tangata

Things you will need to do when someone dies

A, no te tangata mate, Ko reira pakeke ki te arotahi ki runga i te mea e hiahia ana koe ki te mahi i. He mea pai ki te whai i te rārangi ki nga mea e hiahia ana koe ki te mahi i hohoro:

When someone dies, it is hard to focus on what you need to do. It is good to have a list to things you will need to do soon:

  • Mea atu ki te kaituku mahi
  • Haere kape o te tiwhikete mate
  • Whakapā tetahi tari kāwanatanga e hoatu hua, pērā i Social Security
  • kamupene rīanga Whakaaturia: kamupene hauora me te inihua ora, inihua motokā me te whare
  • Whakapā tetahi pareparenga wahi i reira nga pūkete
  • Hanga he rārangi o pire e hiahia ki utua me te whakakore i tetahi ratonga (taua waea rite) e kore te whakamahia
  • Whakakore kāri nama kia kore e haere tonu utu mō ngā ratonga, me te tahi atu utu marama
  • Tell the employer
  • Get copies of the death certificate
  • Contact any government departments who gave benefits, such as Social Security
  • Tell insurance companies: health and life insurance companies, car and house insurance
  • Contact any bank where there were accounts
  • Make a list of bills that need to paid and cancel any services (such as phone) not being used
  • Cancel credit cards so payments do not continue for services and other monthly payments

whakaputaina te āhua o Washington te rārangi arowhai o te mea ki te mahi i muri i puta te mate kia waiho ai whai hua i roto i tetahi āhua ki te āwhina i hanga e koe tou ake rārangi. Ka taea hoki te pānui i ētahi atu kōrero e pā ana ki aha ki te mahi i muri i te mate te tangata.

The state of Washington published a checklist of what to do after a death occurs that may be useful in any state to help you make your own list. You can also read more details about what to do after someone dies.

He aha te ki te mate te tangata i roto i tetahi atu whenua?

What if someone dies in another country?

pea i koe melo o te utuafare i roto i ētahi atu whenua. A, no te mate te tangata ranei kei te mate i roto i tetahi atu whenua, hinaaro ai koe ki te haere ki waho o te United States.

You probably have family members in other countries. When someone dies or is dying in another country, you may want to travel outside of the United States.

IMPORTANT: Mahino te tūponotanga me ngā ture e pā ana ki te haere whawhati tata i mua i waiho ki a koutou. Tena i kite i ta te US Customs ko Immigration Ratonga (USCIS) ta e pā ana ki te haere ohorere. Ki te ko koe i roto i tetahi feaa, korero ki te tangata i USCIS i mua haere koe.

IMPORTANT: Understand the risks and rules about emergency travel before you leave. Please read what the US Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) says about emergency travel. If you are in any doubt, speak to someone at USCIS before you go.

e kore ai e whakaaetia e koe ki muri i roto i waho o te tuhinga tika. USCIS take wha momo o ngā tuhinga haere:

You may not be allowed back in without the right documents. USCIS issues four types of travel documents:

  • Advance tukuhere
  • tuhinga haere Refugee
  • Re-urunga puka
  • tuhinga Carrier
  • Advance parole
  • Refugee travel document
  • Re-entry permit
  • Carrier documentation

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