Where I am...
In India I was a foreign manager from headquarters in Paris.
In Japan I was an expatriate gaijin project manager from Europe.
In Morocco I was a green-eyed fellow-student from the U.S.
In Canada I was a problem, "We'd like to see your French papers, Madame."
In France I am an immigrant.
In Europe I am a resident third-country national.
In North America I am a citizen of the United States of America.
Who I am with...
To my French family, I am a foreign bride married to their son/brother and mother to two French girls.
To my American family, I am their daughter, sister, aunt who happens to be married to a foreign man and lives abroad as the mother of two American girls
To my French friends, I am an American.
To my American friends, I'm still an American... more or less.
But to my friends in the Flat world, I'm just another one of those "people who move around" - a cultural relativist, international misfit, existential migrant.
This is my tribe. ;-)