22 U.S. Code § 3952 - Diplomatic and consular missions

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(a) Recommendations by Secretary of State; appointment by President; vice consul; performance of official functions under commission
The Secretary of State may recommend to the President that a member of the Service who is a citizen of the United States be commissioned as a diplomatic or consular officer or both. The President may, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, commission such member of the Service as a diplomatic or consular officer or both. The Secretary of State may commission as a vice consul a member of the Service who is a citizen of the United States. All official functions performed by a diplomatic or consular officer, including a vice consul, shall be performed under such a commission.
(b) Function of commissioned Service members
Members of the Service commissioned under this section may, in accordance with their commissions, perform any function which any category of diplomatic officer (other than a chief of mission) or consular officer is authorized by law to perform.
(c) Limits of consular districts
The Secretary of State shall define the limits of consular districts.

Source

(Pub. L. 96–465, title I, § 312,Oct. 17, 1980, 94 Stat. 2087.)

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