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Basically yes, 国に帰る can be used in such a situation. 国(くに) in the expression is sometimes written as 故郷 (with the pronunciation くに), homeland. So 国に帰る can be used as long as the speaker perceives it as his/her homeland. As such in some cases 国に帰る may not be used or can be ambiguous - if A was born in the US and moved to Japan at the age of three, then A ...

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