State Dept has “Resident Offices”

The word ‘resident’ likely is a title in the federal government or a title in the UNITED STATES corporation.

I recently noticed the U.S. Department of State has “Resident Offices”. I presume that ‘residents’ work there.

If a magistrate or ‘policy/police officer asks me if i’m a resident, now i feel even more comfortable saying ‘no’ because i definitely don’t got to work at the resident offices.

Here’s a screenshot. See the top left showing “Field and Resident Offices” and see the “Resident Office” within Philadelphia, Portsmouth, etc.

Screenshot of state dept directory of 'resident offices'

From here:

As we know, Obama referred to citizen as an office as well.

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