Global identification of the place of residence
The resulting costs are based on the effort and degree of difficulty of the activities carried out. In addition to the hourly rate for the work involved, costs may be incurred by public authorities, which are calculated according to the current scale of fees in the respective institutions. In rare cases, additional expenses for research by specialized personnel may be incurred. Fees are always plus statutory value added tax.
Of course, searches for persons or their current whereabouts are also carried out without a legal or historical background. This includes the search for family members with whom you have lost contact due to family events, research into the biological parents in the context of an adoption or the search for former business partners, friends or acquaintances.
Using methods of family research, we start the search for the appropriate person.
If we are asked to determine the whereabouts of a person, we of course always comply with the General Basic Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect in Europe on 25 May 2018.
The GDPR stipulates, among other things, that the person responsible for processing must have a legitimate interest and that the person concerned must be informed about the processing of his or her personal data.
Furthermore, (additional) security measures must be taken if personal data is transferred outside the EU and EEA area.
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