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Overstay

In technical analysis, to hold an investment for too long such that it reduces one's gain or causes a loss. For example, a technical investor may see the end of an uptrend in a security's price, but believe the coming downtrend is only temporary. However, the downtrend may continue and the investor may refuse to sell, overstaying the investment until he/she loses.
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Approximately 90 per cent of the ten thousand were illegal overstayers, individuals who came to Japan legally but remained past their legal allowance.
We can thank the drastic drop in the number of Umrah overstayers to the effective control mechanisms undertaken by the Haj and Interior Ministries, in addition to the cooperation of the 48 Umrah service providers within the Kingdom and the 2,000 foreign agents," he said.
Algeria, Yemen, Bangladesh, Iraq and Malaysia each contributed more than 100 pilgrim overstayers.
They tracked down 102 visa overstayers and 154 other immigration offenders were arrested and removed following unannounced visits by UK Border Agency officers.
The UK Border Agency is now working through a group of potential overstayers to identify those who have not left.
campaigns which resulted in reducing the number of Overstayers and residents
MUSCAT: Around 11,719 overstayers have returned to India out of the 23,367 who had registered at the Indian Embassy under the amnesty scheme announced by the Oman government.
They also arrested a large number of visa overstayers and others who had entered the Kingdom illegally.
So is Home Secretary John Reid's plans to introduce a text messaging scheme for potential visa overstayers really the best way forward?
However, by far the greatest number of illegal immigrants (or overstayers as they are called in the Saudi press) in Saudi Arabia are those who have entered the country in order to perform a pilgrimage and then failed to return home.
are visa overstayers, meaning they did not illegally cross the U.
I am convinced the government could be wiser and more compassionate in its handling of overstayers and asylum seekers.