With "Ab Gallia venio. or "De Gallia venio". (Or other sentences of the same kind)
Could it mean both, I come from this place, or I am originated from this place (like a nationality, or the origin of my family)?
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In Classical Latin:
The use of venīre in the sense you're after doesn't seem to be listed in OLD. Instead you can use: