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Do you still live in the country you were born?

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Yes, I still live in the United States, the country I was born in. I would love to travel to other countries, but I haven't been fortunate enough to travel to any so far. The one place I really want to visit is Israel.

I would like to go to all the different countries, learn the cultural, see how other people live; I know that would make me more grateful for what I have now.

I wouldn't just want to visit for my own pleasure, but vulunteer or contribute in some way. Maybe win I win the lottery I'll have my chance.

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I do not live in the country I was born. I would had loved to still live in it because all my family is still living there. However, the country's communist regime made me abandoned the country and people I love. I had to find a new home on which to build a brighter future for myself, a country where I could be free to do and speak as I please without the fear of never waking up or having my family find my dead body for trying to be different and not going with the government's plans of action.

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Yes I was born in the United States and love this country. Even though we have our problems here, I cannot imagine living in another country. I do not even have a desire to travel outside of the country. I have, however, traveled all over the US and just love the diversity of people and climate. I am sure other countries are as beautiful, I just don't have the urge to see them. I guess that makes me a bit narrow minded but that is my feeling.

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No, I do not still live in the country I was born in.
I have worked and lived in many countries, and I think I have finally found the country I want to settle in.
That is not to say that I am definitely settled here, but it feels like it.

Weirdly, I have 3 siblings, 2 of which are not residing in their country of birth. (That makes 3 of us)
I also have 4 children, 3 of which do not reside in their country of birth.

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I am a world Traveller as young as I am.
I was born in Kenya but studied in Germany then came here to the United States.I like the place but not LOVE the USA.I plan to go to Singapore for my Masters soon.My dream is to either go back to Kenya or settle down in the only country that can compete with Kenya in terms of beauty,hospitality and open spaces!
Australia

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I actually live in the same street that I was born in ... about four houses down on the opposite side of the road! I have moved three times since then in about a three mile radius but after seeing my current house for sale I decided to move back here. It's a nice area and my family are close by so why not?

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Thank you for the question. Well my answer is Yes although. I live in the country I was born in and only go outside it for work purposes just like I am right now.

I enjoy my work because it has helped me move to so many countries than I ever imagined something which I am proud of.

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Yes, I still live in the country I was born in. I was born and raised in the good old USA and that is more likey the place that I will live my entire life. It is hard for me to even imagine living in another country, with the possible exception of Canada.

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Yes. Not my wife though and 3 out of my 8 immediate neighbours. The world is increasingly interconnected. There is somebody from Inner Mongolia living in my neighbourhood, along with a Brit. In fact, it is like a mini-United Nations here.

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