Which country's passport can go to 193 countries without a visa?

The US-based organization The Hanley and Partners has recently published the ranking of passports in the world. They publish this index every year after researching the freedom of visa-free movement in the world.

Bangladesh's position in the ranking is 101. Bangladesh is ninth as the country of weak passports. Afghanistan has the weakest passport in the world, according to a report. Passport holders of this country can enter only 27 countries with visa on arrival.

Which country's passport can go to 193 countries without a visa?

Just above Afghanistan is Iraq, in 108th place. Pakistan is number four from the end. Ranked 106 in the ranking, Pakistanis can visit 32 countries without a visa. India is at the 85th position, its citizens can visit 59 countries visa-free.

Let's see the list of countries with the most powerful passports-

  • The most powerful passport in the world is the Japanese passport. This passport holder gets visa-free access to 193 countries of the world.

  • Holders of Singapore and South Korean passports enjoy visa-free access to 192 countries.

  • Citizens of Germany and Spain can visit 190 countries of the world without obtaining a visa in advance.

  • Passports from Finland, Italy and Luxembourg offer visa-free access to 189 countries.
  • The passports of Austria, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden are the fifth strongest in the world. This passport allows visa-free travel to 188 countries.

  • Passports of France, Ireland, Portugal, United Kingdom offer visa-free travel to 187 countries.

  • Citizens of Belgium, Czech Republic, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland and the United States enjoy visa-free access to 186 countries.

  • Passports from Australia, Canada, Greece and Malta allow visa-free travel to 185 countries
  • Citizens of Hungary and Poland enjoy visa-free travel to 184 countries.

  • Holders of Lithuanian and Slovak passports enjoy visa-free access to 183 countries.
  • Citizens of Latvia and Slovenia enjoy visa-free entry to 182 countries.

  • Estonian passport allows visa-free travel to 181 countries.

  • Icelandic passport holders have visa-free access to 180 countries.

What is passport?

Passport is a travel document issued to an individual by a country to enable him or her to cross the border into another country. It is also known as an ‘exit visa’. Passports are used for international travel, but they are also used for domestic travel within one’s own country. 

A passport is a document that contains personal information about its holder such as name, date of birth, address etc.

How to use the passport?

A passport should be valid for at least six months from the date of entry into another country and it should not have any restrictions on its use (i.e., it should not be blocked). 

The passport must contain all the necessary documents in order to cross the border without any problems and this includes having two identical photographs of oneself taken within one month prior to traveling (if you are under 18 years old then you will need your parent or guardian’s photograph taken instead).

If you plan on traveling outside your home country then you will need a passport with appropriate visas/entrance stamps in order to enter other countries because some countries may require that their citizens have passports with certain visas before they can enter another country.

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