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    Many immgrants might face similar situations. I have been in the USA for about 7 years, in the process of getting citizenship.

    Sometimes people(locals) ask me "where you from ? " . In the begining, I used to tell them the whole story(I am from so & so country etc etc).

    Now its getting reall boring, to repeat the same thing over & over.

    Is it appropriate to answer " I am from Franklin" ? (Franklin is the town I live in currently).

    what other answers would be polite and avoid me having to go thru the same drill ?

    any suggestions would be appreciated.

    thanks,
    AK.

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    Many immgrants might face similar situations. I have been in the USA for about 7 years, in the process of getting citizenship.

    Sometimes people(locals) ask me "where you from ? " . In the begining, I used to tell them the whole story(I am from so & so country etc etc).

    Now its getting reall boring, to repeat the same thing over & over.

    Is it appropriate to answer " I am from Franklin" ? (Franklin is the town I live in currently).

    what other answers would be polite and avoid me having to go thru the same drill ?

    any suggestions would be appreciated.

    thanks,
    AK.

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