overstayer


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overstayer

(ˈəʊvəˌsteɪə)
n
a person who illegally remains in a country after the period of the permitted visit has expired
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Jeremy Rawson, defending, accepted the court had to jail Ayub because he was "an illegal overstayer", adding: "Custody is inevitable."
She was arrested by immigration officers in 2012 and had been living in the country as an "immigration overstayer".
A court heard how Nigerian "overstayer" Damilare Awobona was arrested by police last September after an unsuccessful attempt to buy another mobile phone the same day.
Nyarko's barrister John Kemp told the judge: "I understand that his passport has been seized, and that he is an overstayer.
An illegal overstayer and his gang of "sex-slavers" were jailed yesterday after selling a terrified mother to a pimp on Interpol's "most wanted" list.
The 30-year-old, who was being deported over visa issues as an "overstayer", was being guarded by immigration officials as the flight from London Gatwick to Kingston, Jamaica, prepared to take off.
Sources said that when he is eventually released, Singh is likely to be rearrested and deported as an alleged "overstayer" from India.
Once the DHS has overstayer statistics per country, the US administration may apply an overstayer threshold instead of a visa refusal threshold when determining what countries may enter the VWP.
If there were to be an investigation, it would focus on the employment by the judges of an illegal overstayer as a cleaner.
According to the police, Tadanori Kazama, 42, approached the Pakistani student, saying, ''You, overstayer,'' near JR Niigata Station at around 10:30 p.m.
Jailing Singh, Judge James Pyke told him: "You had become an illegal overstayer in this country.