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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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Grace Princesa, the Philippine Ambassador to the UAE, said 2,000 overstaying Filipinos have obtained outpasses -- less than 11 per cent of the 19,000 initially estimated by the Philippine authorities.
Last Thursday officers raided the Nisa Stores, on Penarth Road, Cardiff, arresting a 24-year-old man from Pakistan for overstaying his visa.
However, more than three months had passed and he learned from the department of expatriate affairs at the Ministry of Interior (MoI) that he had to pay about QR20,000 as a fine for overstaying.
Later in the week, officers visited two further businesses in Runcorn and held two more Sri Lankans, again for overstaying their visas and working illegally.
A Borders Authority spokeswoman said Mark had broken the law by overstaying his visa, and only applied for asylum after his arrest.
Tongan Loloahi Tapui is accused of using a false passport, fraud and overstaying her visa and was charged as she answered bail.
Loloahi Tapui was charged with using a false passport, fraud and overstaying her visa when she answered bail yesterday morning, the Crown Prosecution Service said.
BIOMETRIC visas are a must to stop foreigners overstaying in the UK, Tony Blair said yesterday.
IN 2002, THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE began adding immigration violations--like overstaying a visitor's visa--to the FBI's national crime database, claiming that local police could help deter terrorists.
Issa on Tuesday said those figures are irrelevant and he accused the State Department of excessively denying visas to people from poorer countries, presumably based on an assumption that they are at higher risk of overstaying their visas.
Before the present mass influx of illegal immigrants from our southern border, more illegals got into our country by overstaying their visas than by crossing our borders.
In this report, we (1) describe available data on the extent of overstaying, (2) report on weaknesses in the Department of Homeland Security's long-standing overstay tracking system, and (3) provide some observations on the impact that tracking system weaknesses and significant levels of overstaying may have on domestic security.