The office of a consul.
The jurisdiction or residence of a consul.
Consular government; term of office of a consul.
An office maintained by a foreign country which is able to provide information about laws and procedures of the foreign country.â€¢ Children - Movement
a constituent or subordinate post; also the office of the consul and his/her staff
a government office in a foreign country or region which is mandated to oversee the commercial interests of the home country. These interests depend on location and alternative access to an embassy, but may include many of the same commercial and diplomatic matters handled by an embassy.
Office of a government official appointed to live in a foreign city and represent his country's interests assist its citizens there.
The branch of the Embassy that works with foreigners to obtain their visas to the United States
diplomatic building that serves as the residence or workplace of a consul
an office of the U
a sub-division of an embassy
Posts generally located outside capital cities that are not formally involved in the work of government to government interaction, but provide services to Australians overseas such as issuing visas. Headed by Consul-General or Consul.
A division within a foreign government's representation that has a specific purpose, one which is responsible for the issuance of visas. Some of the Consulates require that persons residing in certain counties apply for visas through their other Consulates in the U.K.
The offices representing the commercial interests of one country located within the borders of another country.
A â€œConsulateâ€ is any authorized diplomatic office of a country other than an embassy that is located within another country. A primary function of a consulate is the issuance of visas.
Office run by the U.S. Department of State and is a sub-office in a larger foreign country of the main embassy office. It is responsible for the issuance of immigrant and non-immigrant visas to aliens for entry into America. May also make determinations on American citizenship.
An office of a country within another country (often there are several, located in the larger commercial centers). These offices represent the commercial interests of the citizens of their country.