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Comparing Apostille of Individual Documents versus Apostille of a Set of Documents: Which is Right for You?

When it comes to legalising documents for international use, the question of whether to apostille individual documents or a set of documents often arises. 

Apostille of Individual VS a Set of Documents

In this blog, we’ll explore the key differences between these two approaches: 

Apostille for Individual Documents:

  • Flexibility: Apostille for individual documents offers flexibility. You can choose which specific documents you want to legalise based on your needs.
  • Cost: Apostille for individual documents can be cost-effective, especially if you only need to legalise a few documents. Each document will require its apostille, but the overall cost is usually lower.
  • Processing Time: Apostille for individual documents may result in quicker processing times, as each document is processed separately.

Apostille for a Set of Documents:

  • Simplicity: Apostille for a set of documents can be simpler and more convenient, especially if you have several documents that need to be legalised.
  • Uniformity: Apostille for a set of documents ensures that all documents in the set are legalised together, providing a level of uniformity.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: While apostilling a set of documents may be more expensive upfront, it can be more cost-effective in the long run if you have several documents that need to be legalised.

In conclusion, whether to apostille individual documents or a set of documents depends on your specific needs. Consider factors such as flexibility, cost, processing time, simplicity, uniformity, and cost-effectiveness, you can also contact us for more guidance.