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Synonyms for overstay

stay too long


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The waiver of 100% charges on storage and demurrage on the overstayed containers comes on the heel of recent intervention by the NPA Management team that resulted to the cancellation of a planed strike action by Customs Brokers.
The Fish Bar in Llandrindod Wells was visited on January 18 and officers discovered a 44-year-old Indian man who had overstayed his work visa.
Staff questioned the individuals and checked if they have the right to live and work in the UK, and found they had either overstayed their visas or entered the country illegally.
However, sources close to him said he was not sure about how to approach the authorities as he had overstayed in the country by several years.
Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury was overstayed Revelation comes from RTI reply
Under the amnesty, anyone who overstayed their work visa is being allowed to return home without facing punishment, or legalise their stay by finding legal employment, before the end of December.
Breach of labor regulations include working for employers not mentioned in the iqama, workers who have overstayed their Haj or Umrah visas, and workers who are wanted by the authorities for various crimes committed in the past.
Foreigners who overstayed would not be given extension in visa and the cases would also be registered under foreign act.
A 30-year-old man had overstayed his visa and a 36-year-old was working in breach of his visa.
The meaning of this notice is on October 6, his visa expired and he has overstayed.
Two of them had overstayed their visas and one had no permission to work.
Bader Al-Malik, said the numbers were so far much less than last year when 17,000 pilgrims overstayed their visas.
Investigation revealed that both foreign passengers had overstayed their visa for more than two years and had not bothered to extend and update their stay since they arrived in the country.
Those who overstayed for only a few weeks or months whose skills are still needed here may have found it easier to amend their situation.
Border chiefs are due to launch the project next month to deal with the huge backlog of foreign nationals who have overstayed their student or temporary work visas, the Daily Mail newspaper reported.