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Consulates & Foreign Offices in Beaufort
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Beaufort County - Department of Social Services- Hilton Head - Beaufort, SC - Phone: (843) 842-4241
Beaufort County - Economic Services- Department of Social Services- Human Serv - Beaufort, SC - Phone: (843) 525-7861
Beaufort County Of - Beaufort, SC - Phone: (843) 470-3134
South Carolina Department of Social Services - Beaufort, SC - Phone: (843) 522-3205
South Carolina Governor's Office COC - Beaufort, SC - Phone: (843) 521-4808
South Carolina State - SC Department of Health and Environmental Control- Department of L - Beaufort, SC - Phone: (843) 846-1030
Helpful Definition for: Consulates & Foreign Offices
A consulate in Beaufort is the building where a consul works, acting to assist and protect the citizens of his or her own country, and to facilitate trade and friendship between the people of the country to whom he or she is accredited and the country of which he or she is a representative. Consuls provide assistance with bureaucratic issues while operating from consulates. Foreign Offices in Beaufort are responsible for promoting interests, of the country they represent, overseas. Their policy goals are to counter terrorism and weapons proliferation; preventing and resolving conflict; promoting a low carbon, high-growth, global economy; and developing effective international institutions.
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