Examples of overstay in a Sentence
She was guilty of overstaying a student visa.
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After overstaying its welcome with only minor changes during that 12-year run, it was replaced by an all-new Armada for 2017.
Potter's cast never overstays its welcome, giving us plenty to think — and talk — about, and in a scant 71 minutes.
The Springdale man overstayed a 90-day non-visa waiver by more than two years, according to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
The ideas and art style (by illustrator Sir Quentin Blake) are quirky cute, but at 29 minutes the short overstays its welcome.
Moreover, as reported by CMS, twice as many newly unauthorized persons have entered legally and overstayed temporary visas since 2008, as have illegally crossed the southern border. The wall will do nothing to stop them.
In 2009, more than 40 of these residents, many of whom had overstayed tourist visas and had asylum claims denied, agreed to register with the government in a humanitarian program, in exchange for temporary stays of deportation.
Timberlake may have yanked back the reins on the interminable song lengths of The 20/20 Experience, but many of these tracks still manage to overstay their welcome by a minute or two.
The official noted that the changes would enable faster deportation of people who overstay visas.
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: to stay longer than you are expected or allowed to stay
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