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The Most (and Least) Powerful Passports in the World
« on: March 01, 2016, 07:23:03 PM »
Henley & Partners, which has produced an annual index in co-operation with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) since 2006, said: ‘There continues to be a huge disparity in the levels of travel freedom between countries, despite the world becoming more mobile and interdependent.

‘Generally, visa requirements reflect strongly on each country’s relationships with others, and will take into account diplomatic relationships between the countries, reciprocal visa arrangements, security risks and the risks of visa and immigration rules violations.’
 
(more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3469065/The-world-s-powerful-passports-revealed-UK-slip-spot.html#ixzz41eK5VkAC)
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Re: The Most (and Least) Powerful Passports in the World
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2016, 07:27:32 PM »

(Country - Visa Restriction Index):

1. Germany - 177
2. Sweden - 176
3. Finland, France, Italy, Spain, UK - 175
4. Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, US - 174
5. Austria, Japan, Singapore - 173
6. Canada, Ireland, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, South Korea, Switzerland -
   172
7. Greece, New Zealand - 171
8. Australia - 169
9. Malta - 168
10. Czech Republic, Hungary, Iceland - 167
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« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2016, 07:28:11 PM »

11. Slovakia - 165
12. Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Slovenia - 164
13. Latvia - 163
14. Estonia, Lithuania - 162
15. Poland - 161
16. Monaco - 160
17. Cyprus - 159
18. San Marino - 156
19. Chile - 155
20. Hong Kong - 154

21. Brazil, Bulgaria, Romania - 153
22. Andorra, Argentina - 152
23. Brunei Darussalam - 151
24. Croatia - 149
25. Israel - 147
26. Barbados - 141
27. Bahamas - 140
28. Mexico - 139
29. Taiwan, Uruguay - 137
30. Antigua and Barbuda, Vatican City - 134

31. Seychelles - 133
32. St. Kitts and Nevis, Venezuela - 132
33. Costa Rica - 131
34. Trinidad and Tobago - 130
35. Mauritius - 128
36. Panama - 127
37. Paraguay, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines - 125
38. United Arab Emirates - 122
39. Grenada - 121
40. Macau - 120

41. Dominica, Honduras - 119
42. Guatemala - 116
43. El Salvador, Serbia - 115
44. Samoa - 112
45. Macedonia - 111
46. Nicaragua, Tonga, Vanuatu - 110
47. Montenegro - 107
48. Russia - 105
49. Palau - 104
50. Colombia - 10
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Re: The Most (and Least) Powerful Passports in the World
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51. Turkey - 102
52. Bosnia Herzegovina, Moldova - 101
53. Albania - 98
54. South Africa - 97 
55. Belize - 94
56. Peru, Solomon Islands - 86
57. Guyana, Kuwait, Timor-Leste, Tuvalu - 82
58. Ecuador, Fiji, Ukraine - 81
59. Maldives, Nauru - 80
60. Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Qatar - 79

61. Jamaica - 78
62. Papua New Guinea - 77
63. Micronesia - 75
64. Suriname - 74
65. Bahrain - 73
66. Bolivia, Botswana - 72
67. Oman, Thailand - 71
68. Namibia - 70
69. Lesotho, Saudi Arabia - 69
70. Kenya - 68

71. Belarus, Gambia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Malawi, Swaziland - 67
72. Tanzania, Tunisia - 65
73. Ghana - 64
74. Zambia - 63
75. Azerbaijan - 62
76. Cape Verde, Philippines - 61
77. Uganda - 60
78. Benin, Cuba, Morocco, Zimbabwe - 59
79. Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan - 58
80. Armenia - 57

81. Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Mongolia - 56
82. Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, Togo - 55
83. Dominican Republic, Sao Tome, Principe - 54
84. Tajikistan - 53
85. India, Mali, Uzbekistan - 52
86. Bhutan, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Sierra Leone - 51
87. Cambodia, China - 50
88. Chad, Egypt, Gabon, Turkmenistan - 49
89. Algeria, Central African Republic, Haiti, Madagascar, Rwanda - 48
90. Comoros, Jordan, Laos, Vietnam - 47

91. Guinea - 46
92. Angola, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria - 45
93. Congo (Republic of), Djibouti - 44
94. Liberia - 43
95. Burundi, North Korea, Myanmar - 42
96. Bangladesh, Congo (Democratic Republic of), Lebanon, Sri Lanka - 39
97. Kosovo, South Sudan, Yemen - 38
98. Eritrea, Ethiopia, Iran, Nepal, Palestinian Territory, Sudan - 37
99. Libya - 36
100. Syria - 32

101. Somalia - 31
102. Iraq - 30
103. Pakistan - 29
104. Afghanistan - 25

Source: Henley & Partners

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