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Every state has full and exclusive sovereignty over its own country. In this context, states may prohibit entry of foreigners into their home country or may limit it to certain conditions. This is a natural consequence of the right of sovereignty. However, the absolute application of this right does not fit both today's living conditions and modern international human rights law standards that have been reached. Some bilateral or multilateral international treaties and instruments that guarantee fundamental rights and freedoms limit this right of states. For example, the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights article 13/1: "Everyone has the right to travel freely on the territory of a state". However, according to Articles 29 and 30 of the same Declaration, this right that every person has, is unlimited. In this context, states can often limit the introduction of foreigners into their own countries for some reason, such as public order, public health, and security. For example, the United States has banned entry into the United States for 90 days from "countries believed to be linked to terrorism" with the decree entitled "Protecting the Country From Entry of Foreign Terrorists into the United States". In this declaration, states limit the entry of foreigners into their own territory will be handled with in the context of the right to sovereignty and freedom of movement of persons.

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