South Carolina’s exemptions are available only to domiciliaries.
“The following real and personal property of a debtor domiciled
in this State is exempt from attachment, levy, and sale . . ..” S.
C. Code Ann. § 15-41-30.

Therefore, if it is the applicable state (as determined by the
method stated on the home page of this site), its exemptions
may be used only if the debtor is a domiciliary of this state on
the date of filing bankruptcy.