Which passport holders are considered the most "influential" in the world for their ability to move on our planet?
Japan and Singapore
There is no doubt that Japan and Singapore continue to lead in the most prestigious passports when it comes to freedom of movement. In fact, citizens of these countries are allowed to enter 192 countries without a visa.
Germany and South Korea
After Japan and Singapore, there are Germany and South Korea, whose citizens can first enter 190 countries without a tourist visa. Of course, those who want to live and work abroad must obtain a visa, but there is no need to do anything extra for tourist trips with such passports.
Most European countries have signed the Schengen Agreement, which allows people to move freely. Thus, all movements within the Eurozone can be carried out without any restrictions, without a visa and in any number.
Other countries from the TOP-10
U.S. passport holders are allowed visa-free travel to 186 countries. Canada and Australia have the same visa-free package that their citizens can travel without a visa.
Who is at the bottom of the list? If you have the strongest passports, you should have the weakest ones. These are passports currently issued by Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen and Pakistan. Given the conflicts in the world, in the interests of international security, additional restrictions have been imposed on the citizens of these countries. Of course, they can travel, but they have to go through a difficult process to get a visa, even if they are tourists.
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