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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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During the conference, Chiu, Feng-Kuang, Taiwan's NIA director general, said that under the current trends of globalization and internationalization, 'population movement across countries has become increasingly frequent, and Taiwan as well as other countries face a similar problem: an increase of overstayers.
As of October 2018, the NIA said there are an estimated 88,000 overstayers in Taiwan.
On Wednesday morning, he visited the Amnesty Centre in Al Aweer, from where he was sent back to the Amer Centre since applications for visa overstayers wishing to stay back in the UAE are accepted only in such centres.
Visa overstayers who are caught can face deportation, detention and bans from re-entering Australia for at least three years.
Campaigners say their cases show the need for an amnesty of overstayers who have no criminal records and family ties.
"The entry-exit system will contribute to improving external border controls, better identify overstayers and strengthen the fight against terrorism," added Anvelt.
In Australia, there are holding facilities for suspected overstayers, illegals and others who cannot prove that they are legally entitled to be in the country.
In a statement to TAP, the same source added that the 75 Tunisian overstayers in the Holy places have an average age of 60 years.
RIYADH: With the end of the Umrah season, the Passport Department has advised pilgrims to return home on schedule and warned that all those who give shelter to the overstayers will be subject to a fine up to SR100,000, jail for two years and will be deported if they are expats.
"Those who extend any help to the overstayers in terms of providing shelter, employment, cover up, and transportation shall also face similar penalties," the statement said.
Third-time overstayers, meanwhile, will incur a SR50,000 fine, a six-month jail term and deportation, the report said.