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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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This week's episode of Citizen Pinoy shows the upheaval in Jimmy's life when he tried to follow the rules and do the right thing, but was accused of fraud for overstaying, after being forgiven for that overstay. I hope this episode will bring about a change in the embassy's outlook and policies.
Mexico remained the leading native-nation for undocumented immigrants and visa overstays, the study reported.
However, sources close to him said he was not sure about how to approach the authorities as he had overstayed in the country by several years.
"The inquiry confirmed the overstay of the cabin crew in the cockpit (and) administrative action was taken against them and the pilot.
From debrief interviews we've found that a third of people decide to overstay at the point their visa expires.
She added: "We understand why it happens but we encourage people not to overstay."
'From January, those who overstay for more than 30 days after the expiry of their permits must leave the country.
In 2003, the INS demographer reached the following conclusion: "In general, the net nonimmigrant overstay figures are more likely to be overestimates than underestimates because the collection of departure forms for long-term overstays who depart probably is less complete than for those who depart within the first year." (26) The 2004 GAO study, however, drew two different conclusions: "The extent of overstaying is significant and may be understated by DHS's most recent estimate." (27)
DO PLAN TO OVERSTAY IF YOU'RE A SOLDIER IN THE MIDDLE EAST.
The National Immigration Agency (NIA) is calling on foreign nationals who overstay their visas to turn themselves in by June 30 before an amnesty program expires.
In its 2017 Entry/Exit Overstay Report, the DHS said there were 52,656,022 in-scope non-immigrant admissions to the US through air or sea POEs, with expected departures occurring in the fiscal year 2017; the in-scope admissions represent the vast majority of all air and sea non-immigrant admissions.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released the Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 Entry/Exit Overstay Report.