Case: Henri was born on December 3, 1948, in Annecy, Haute-Savoie in France. He was the son of Rachel, an unmarried Jewish mother, and in the aftermath of the 2nd World War, it was decided
to give up the son for adoption. In 1951, Henri came to his new parents in Norway and subsequently ended up living in Denmark. For many years, Henri had tried to locate his biological mother and although her maiden name was known this had not been successful.
After a global research effort and exploring many different leads, we in 2014 managed to locate Rachel to an address in New Your, USA, and contact was established. This led to a reunion meeting in 2015 where Rachel and Henri met for the first time since 1949
and established permanent contact.
Henri recommends: "I give Per Andersen my warmest recommendations. After having searched for more than 25 years after a person who could be anywhere in the
world, I came in contact with Per. Fast and professionally he initiated the search and within some months he established the positive result. Per is a warm and understanding person who would do anything to solve the case he works on."