Examples of overstay in a Sentence
She was guilty of overstaying a student visa.
Recent Examples of overstay from the Web
The new parking fines include $40 for overstaying a parking meter, up from $25; $55 for double-parking in busy parts of the city, which had been $45; and $60 for violating residential parking rules, compared with $40 previously.
After arresting the workers, ICE officials looked them up in a database and found that four of them had overstayed their visas.
Beattie, a former Queensland state premier, said the authorities had mechanisms in place to deal with the situation if the athletes overstay their visas.
Among other reasons for the decision, the administration cited Haitians’ history of overstaying their visas.
After the meal, Leifer's father overstayed his welcome.
But the movie overstays its welcome and loses its drive, in a way that winds up hindering it in the end.
Winter has overstayed its welcome for many this year, but Bachathon, the musical equivalent of daffodils and tulips, is arriving early.
Roberto Garza Palacios was accused of being unlawfully present in the U.S. after overstaying a work visa that expired in 2009, Fox 5 DC reported Friday.
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Definition of overstay for English Language Learners
: to stay longer than you are expected or allowed to stay
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