25 Most Powerful Passports In The World You Might Want To Possibly Own

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How powerful is your passport? Do you know? If you don't, the day has come for you to find out. In order to measure the strength of a passport the first thing you have to take into account is how freely it lets you travel. In order to do that, we referred to the Visa Restriction Index published annually by Henley and Partners. Many nations, however, ended up with visa free access to the same amount of countries. For example, citizens of both Canada and Denmark can travel to 173 countries. In cases such as these we referred to other factors. For example, is the country part of a larger passport union? How many countries are the citizens allowed to reside within permanently? Every European Union country has an advantage in this respect. Sometimes, however, we had to look at which citizenship is more desirable in terms of travel freedom. Both the United Kingdom and the United States top the list with visa free access to 174 countries. The United States, however, is much bigger. Within its borders, American citizenship allows you to travel and reside within a greater variety of regions. It was considerations such as these that led to the following rankings. These are the 25 Most Powerful Passports In The World You Might Want To Possibly Own.

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Check out the world's most powerful passports:

Malta - Number of visa free countries – 166
Australia - Number of visa free countries – 168
Greece - Number of visa free countries – 169
Singapore - Number of visa free countries – 170
New Zealand - Number of visa free countries – 170
Switzerland - Number of visa free countries – 170
Ireland - Number of visa free countries – 171
Austria - Number of visa free countries – 171
Norway - Number of visa free countries – 171
South Korea - Number of visa free countries – 172
Japan - Number of visa free countries – 172
Portugal - Number of visa free countries – 172
Spain - Number of visa free countries – 172
Italy - Number of visa free countries – 172
France - Number of visa free countries – 172
Belgium - Number of visa free countries – 172
Luxembourg - Number of visa free countries – 172
Netherlands - Number of visa free countries – 172
Canada - Number of visa free countries – 173
Denmark - Number of visa free countries – 173
United Kingdom - Number of visa free countries – 174
Finland - Number of visa free countries – 174
Sweden - Number of visa free countries – 174
Germany - Number of visa free countries – 174
United States - Number of visa free countries – 174

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