Examples of overstay in a Sentence
She was guilty of overstaying a student visa.
Recent Examples of overstay from the Web
Berta had just heard on the news that Trump’s new priority was to deport people who had overstayed their visas.
The 80 men taken to the Sierra Blanca detention facility were arrested this year and last by immigration officials inside the U.S. Some had come to the U.S. legally but overstayed their visas or lost legal status.
The Bangladeshi father of three, who overstayed a visa in 2005, had lived in Newark, N.J., with his wife and three kids for the past 14 years.
In January, officers arrested a Jamaican woman traveling on a bus from Orlando to Miami who had overstayed a tourist visa.
Many overstayed their visas and failed to seek asylum on time.
The subject was an adult male from Trinidad & Tobago that had overstayed his Crewman visa.
An Indonesian man who overstayed his visa is the latest to seek sanctuary in a New Jersey church after Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) police allegedly tried to pick him up from his home, according to the church’s co-pastor.
For years, Auburn insiders have howled that Jacobs overstayed his welcome as AD and the department was in desperate need of change.
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: to stay longer than you are expected or allowed to stay
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