Japan and Singapore passports are the strongest in the world in 2021, according to consultancy Henley & Partners, which conducts a survey annually.
no order, It takes into account the number of destinations that passport holders from certain countries can access without a prior visa.
The Japanese document has held the top spot in the world rankings since 2019. Singapore slipped to second place in 2020. Now, both allow to visit 192 countries without a previous visa.
The Brazilian passport, which allows entry to 170 countries without a previous visa, has fallen to the 20th place – In 2020, it was ranked 18th. In the history of consulting, which began in 2006, the best place was 16th in 2016.
The Argentine passport is associated with Brazil. The least acceptable is the Afghan passport.
The most powerful passports of 2021:
1. Japan, Singapore (Accepted at 192 destinations without previous visas)
2- Germany and South Korea (190)
3- Spain, Italy, Luxembourg and Finland (189)
4- Austria and Denmark (188).
5 – Ireland, Portugal, Switzerland, France, Holland (187)
6- Belgium, New Zealand, and Switzerland (186).
7- The Czech Republic, Greece, Malta, Norway, the United Kingdom, and the United States (185).
8- Australia, Canada 184
10 – Poland, Slovakia, Lithuania (182).
Least Accepted Passports in 2021:
109. North Korea (39 destinations)
110- Nepal and Palestine (37).
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