Where India stands in the race of world's most powerful passports? Check here

Dec 08, 2018, 18:54 PM IST
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Have you ever thought that the passport of a country is also ranked like its population, GDP, etc? Well, yes it is ranked depending upon how conveniently a citizen gets the visa of other countries. Here we bring to you a list of countries in which citizens easily get a visa. Do not forget to check where India stands, according to the Global Passport Index.

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United Arab Emirates

United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates has the strongest passport in the world with visa available for 167 countries, according to the Passport Index data. The UAE passport is ranked number one as its holders will get the free visa to travel in 113 countries, visa on arrival in 54 countries, and have to request for the visa in just 31 countries. Image Source: Reuters

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Singapore & Germany

Singapore & Germany

Singapore & Germany got the second rank on the Global Passport Index as their holders can freely travel to 166 countries. Image Source: Reuters

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United States of America

United States of America

The USA has scored the third rank at the Global Passport Index along with Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Luxembourg, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Norway, and South Korea. The citizens of these countries can freely travel to 165 countries. Image Source: Reuters

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Canada

Canada

The North American country Canada has scored the fourth rank at the Global Passport Index along with Belgium, Austria, Japan, Greece, Portugal, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and Ireland. The citizens of these countries can freely travel to 164 countries. Image Source: Reuters

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Czech Republic

Czech Republic

The Czech Republic & Hungary got the fourth rank on the Global Passport Index as their holders can freely travel to 163 countries. Image Source: Reuters

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India

India

India ranks 67th in the Global Passport Index. An Indian citizen can have the free visa to visit 25 countries, visa on arrival in 40 countries, and there are 133 countries in which an Indian citizen has to request for the visa. Image Source: Reuters

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