My Story

I was 10 years old when my father told me about my great grandfather, who worked as a lawyer and spoke 7 languages. It fascinated me; I wanted to find out more about him and I also wanted to speak 7 languages. My father did not know much about his grandfather , because he was murdered in Auschwitz. It became my task in life to reconstruct our family history and to help others to do the same. So far I’ve managed to learn 5 languages fluently, and I’m nearly there with my sixth (Italian) and I’m thinking about which one should be my seventh. My interest in genealogy coupled with my background in law, has led me to assist individuals with Hungarian citizenship application and other legal matters releated to genealogy. 

Everybody is good at something; I excel in connecting the dots of your heritage with a deep understanding of your personal journey. This approach ensures precise and compassionate assistance throughout your journey to Hungarian citizenship and ancestry discovery.

Since 2010 I have been doing heir and probate research,
finding vital records for citizenship purposes and making family trees for individuals with Hungarian and Hungarian Jewish roots.

I especially enjoy solving difficult citizenship verification cases, which are seemingly impossible to solve. Many times my clients do not know the birth place or even the exact names of their ancestors. I enjoy putting together the little pieces of the puzzle and the help my clients to reach their goals of attaining citizenship, finding peace, or any other purpose that these studies can have.

I studied for three years in Hungary at the Law Faculty of Budapest’s  Eötvös Lóránt University, and I have a B.A. in English Language, Literature and Art History from Haifa University.  I am currently finishing my MSc in Genealogy at Strathclyde University in Glasgow and I am an Acadamin Faculty at Haifa University’s  Department of Foreign Languages.  

Under the Hungarian Nationality Law as amended in 2011, descendants of Hungarians whose ancestors lost their citizenship can also apply for Hungarian Citizenship provided that they pass an interview in the Hungarian language for simplified naturalization. This straightforward process allows you to reacquire Hungarian citizenship without the need for residency in Hungary. I will refer you to a professional Hungarian teacher and oversee your progress and the preparation process for the simplified citizenship interview, bearing in mind the key vocabulary and questions that are likely to be asked.

My clients who have successfully passed the simplified naturalization interview range across disciplines, from businessmen to students and everyone between.
Language learning can be a very rewarding experience and shouldn’t be an obstacle keeping you away from your Hungarian citizenship.

Feedback & Reviews

Over the year, I have a number of different individuals who have used my services from all walks of life. Some of them have graciously decided to provide testimonials, which I present below. 

“Anett helped me study Hungarian and getting ready for the simplified Naturalization interview.

Learning Hungarian with Anett was fun and fulfilling. Anett has great patience and I always felt I’m in the right direction with constant (positive) feedback.

Hungarian is very different from English and Hebrew with a unique grammar and verbs formulation. Anett taught me how to read, write, speak and “think” Hungarian. Learning was done using written materials, tapes and personal lessons under her accurate and tailor made guidance.
Anett also helped me to locate genealogical documents of my family and in the process found some new facts I wasn’t aware of.
On top of this, she helped me to communicate with Hungarian institutions in order to get genuine copies of these documents.

Tomer Livneh


“I was referred to Anett by an acquaintance who also made use of her expertise in obtaining Hungarian citizenship several years ago. I was only able to provide Anett with partial information about my late grandfather’s personal details and place of birth in Hungary, but within a few weeks time she was able to successfully find not only his records in the Hungarian archives, but also those of my great-grand parents from the late 19th century. Today, my father and I are both Hungarian citizens thanks to Anette’s kind and professional services..”

Eyal Stern

A little over a year ago, I discovered that I was eligible for Hungarian citizenship by verification. I needed to understand the application process, obtain documents confirming my grandparents’ residence in Hungary after 1929, and also needed help with the preparation of the application in Hungarian. I was lucky enough to have found Anett, and hired her to assist me throughout the entire process. Anett was lovely to work with. She was highly communicative and efficient, and within 6 months of deciding that I was going to apply for citizenship, I had all of the original documents that I needed, and my application was submitted. If you’re looking for help with genealogy services or with a Hungarian citizenship application, Anett would be a wonderful resource for you!



After years of searching for surviving Hungarian family members and their descendants, I hired Anett. Two weeks later I was in contact with two cousins once removed. It has been an emotional roller-coaster but I cannot recommend Anett highly enough. She took my information and developed it, followed ledes, listened to online interviews, searched death notices and finally came up with my living relatives! Plus she is kind and patient. Highly highly recommended!!

Stephanie H. London 

What can I do for you?

Do you intend to get Hungarian citizenship? Would you like to study Hungarian with a seasoned professional like me? Would you like to research your Hungarian family line or have your old documents translated?
If so send me  a message. 
email: [email protected]