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The Home Office has announced that it will issue electronic Apostilles for documents issued in the U.K.
BAL Analysis: Before U.K. authorities offered electronic Apostilles, applicants were required to send their physical documents to the U.K. Legalization Office by post or courier for their documents to be legalized. U.K. authorities have made the electronic service available in order to simplify the Apostille process, making it cheaper, quicker and more efficient for those needing legalized documents.
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