The Hanley Index lists the most powerful passports of 2022, with Japanese and Singaporean passports topping the list.
According to the Hanley Index, the world’s most powerful passports are held by Japanese and Singaporean citizens who can travel to 192 countries without a visa or obtain a visa upon arrival at the airport.
Similarly, German and South Korean passports are available for visa-free travel to 190 countries, ranking second on the list of the most powerful passports.
Italy, Finland, Spain and Luxembourg are joint third on the list of visa-free or visa-seeking passports upon arrival in a country. Citizens of these countries can travel to 189 countries without a visa.
Passports from Denmark, France, the Netherlands, Sweden and Austria came in fourth with 188 countries, followed by Ireland and Portugal in fifth place, whose citizens enjoy visa-free or on-arrival visas for 187 countries. Is.
Belgium, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States rank sixth on the list, whose citizens can travel to 186 countries without a visa or benefit from the on-arrival visa facility.
Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Greece, Malta ranked seventh with 185 countries, Poland and Hungary ranked eighth with 183 countries, Lithuania and Slovakia ranked ninth with 182 countries and Estonia, Latvia and Slovenia ranked tenth with 181 countries. Are on