Is this a valid use of the expression "sort of"? Does it make any sense in the context of the phrase below?

I'm not happy at all. So now that I sort of got myself familiarized with this town you ask me to move to New York just because the big boss decided that I would be the best person to manage the new branch of our office.


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It means - now that I have just started getting familiar with the town - But it’s a familiar term and does not fit the rest of your sentence

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