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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If an overstayer commits a crime, it is difficult to catch him because his whereabouts are unknown.
The judge said Awobona was an overstayer and the court would have recommended deportation, but he said he was sure the Home Office would now consider it.
Nyarko's barrister John Kemp told the judge: "I understand that his passport has been seized, and that he is an overstayer.
They arrested two Bangladeshi men, a failed asylum seeker, aged 47, and a visa overstayer, aged 26, with no right to work in the UK.
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.
By far the largest of number of Burmese fall into the category of overstayer (huko shurosha), but as noted earlier, there is no easy way to distinguish between those who have come only for economic reasons and those who have not.
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.
He argued that Muswa, a Nigerian illegal overstayer in the UK, did not pose a grave risk to people in this country.
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.
Jailing Singh, Judge James Pyke told him: "You had become an illegal overstayer in this country.
According to the letter of complaint and police sources, Kazama approached the student, saying, ''You, overstayer,'' near JR Niigata Station at around 10:30 p.