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The most “powerful” passports in the world to travel in 2022

On Tuesday, January 11, the list that establishes the passports more or less favorable to travel in 2022. It was the specialized citizenship and residence company Henley & Partners the one that released the data.

The data were provided by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and does not take into account the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).

Japan and Singapore son the countries that rank high on the list with the most powerful passports in the world, allowing their residents to travel visa-free to 192 nations.

In second place are South Korea and Germany. Citizens of both countries can travel to 190 countries without a visa.

Finland, Italy, Luxembourg and Spain They are in third place with a viable passport in 189 countries. For the fourth place they are Austria, Denmark, France, the Netherlands and Sweden. Their passports allow entry to 188 countries in the world.

In fifth place are Ireland and Portugal, whose passports facilitate entry to 187 countries. In sixth place are: Belgium, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States with visa-free entry into 186 nations.

Among the countries of Latin America, Chile it remains in the first place in the region with entry to 174 destinations. Then follow Argentina in position 19 (170), Brazil in place 20 (169) and Mexico in 25th place with 159 countries. Regarding Peru, it is ranked 36th with visa-free entry to 135 countries.

On the other hand, in the last five positions are Yemen, Pakistan, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, which allow entry to only 33, 31, 29, 28 and 26 countries, respectively.


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