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Henley Passport Index 2022: India ranks 87th

Henley Passport Index 2022: India ranks 87th_4.1

The Henley Passport Index has recently released the list of the World’s Most Powerful Passports for the year 2022. Three Asian nations Japan, Singapore and South Korea bagged the top three positions on the list, reversing pre-pandemic rankings that were dominated by European nations. India is ranked 87th on the list of the world’s most powerful passports in 2022, according to the latest Henley Passport Index from Henley & Partners, an immigration consultancy.

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Key points of the Index:

  • India’s neighbouring country Pakistan reportedly has the fourth worst passport in the world, according to Henley Index.
  • The Japanese passport provides hassle-free entry to 193 countries, while Singapore and South Korea both provide entry to 192 countries.
  • Among other countries from Asia, India, along with Mauritius and Tajikistan, has been ranked 87th, with its passport providing access to 67 countries.
  • China ties with Bolivia for the 69th spot, with each of their passports allowing access to 80 destinations.
  • As for Bangladesh, it occupies the 104th position – five spots higher than Pakistan.
  • Pakistan has the fourth worst passport in the world after Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
World’s most powerful passports 2022: Top 10 countries
  • Japan
  • Singapore
  • South Korea
  • Germany
  • Spain
  • Finland
  • Italy
  • Luxemburg
  • Austria
  • Denmark

About the Henley Passport Index:

Henley Passport Index has ranked all the world’s 199 passports according to the number of destinations their holders can access without a prior visa. The ranking is based on data from the International Air Transport Association, which maintains the world’s largest database of travel information, and it is enhanced by extensive, ongoing research by the Henley & Partners Research Department.

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