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What does CONOFF stand for?

CONOFF stands for Consular Officer

This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Military and Government

Samples in periodicals archive:

Orlando Jose Montanez Olivares and consular officer Victor Camacaro Mata were expelled in accordance with Article 9 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and Article 23 of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, state department spokesperson Victoria Nuland said, adding both the diplomats have now departed the country.
We are absolutely committed to providing appropriate Consular services to British Pilgrims during Hajj through having consular officers on the ground in Makkah and Jeddah.
While Taiwanese representatives in the United States enjoy a "status similar to that of consular officers," diplomatic immunity only applies to "acts performed within the scope of her authorized functions," State Department deputy spokesman Mark Toner told reporters.
Local media report that he is linked to several crimes in Ciudad Juarez, such as the killng of 14 youth at a party in January 2010 and the murder of a US consular officer, her husband and another American, also in 2010.
Dual or multiple nationalities, international adoption, international child custody disputes, instant media coverage and blogging, and the political implications of travel warnings mean that many more parties than the citizen and the consular officer are engaged with the host country in addressing consular issues.