I would put "overstay."
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"overstay" or "out of status" would be o.k.
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Without knowing more, I'd say overstay. However, I'm happy to meet with you discuss it further with a free consultation at my Tampa office for your own peace of mind. Don't hesitate to call for an appointment 813-226-2144.
I would say the visa that you entered, for example B2 and then overstay , so it would read B2 overstay
This is only a short advice- you should not file anything without getting the full facts from a lawyer.