Henley Passport Index 2022
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India has been ranked 87 out of the world's 199 most powerful passports in 2022 in the Henley Passport Index 2022 published by immigration consultancy Henley & Partners.
The ranking was based on the number of destinations that passport holders can reach without prior visas.
Countries' performance in the index
Japan ranks first among 199 countries. It is followed by Singapore and South Korea.
Japan's passport allows entry to 193 countries without a prior visa. Singapore and South Korea, on the other hand, allow seamless entry into 192 countries.
in Asian countries; India, Mauritius and Tajikistan are ranked 87th with hassle-free entry to 67 countries without prior visas.
China and Bolivia are ranked 69th with their passports allowing access to 80 destinations.
Bangladesh is ranked 104th.
With access to 32 destinations, Pakistan has the fourth worst passport in the world.
Afghan passport holders have access to only 27 countries. Iraqi passport, on the other hand, provides hassle-free entry to 29 countries. These two countries have been placed at the bottom.
The top 10 countries on the list of the most powerful passports in the world include Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Germany, Spain, Finland, Italy, Luxembourg, Austria and Denmark (in order).
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