Canada’s passport ranks where in the ranking of the most powerful passports in the world? This is the question of many of you because the Canadian passport has always been famous for its “strength” and “power” in the world. VNIS Investment will help you answer the above question through the following article:
What is the rank of Canadian passport?
According to the latest data released from the Passport Index, Canada’s passport ranks 4th in the ranking of the most powerful passports in the world with 170 points.
This is the 15th time in a row Canada has entered the top 10 most powerful passports in the world.
Specifically, according to the Passport Index page, when you have a Canadian passport, you are exempt from visa when traveling to 170 countries and territories (specifically, there are 114 visa-free countries and 56 countries that require a visa to enter the airport). ).
This is a huge advantage for holders of a Canadian passport.
In more details, when you have a Canadian passport, you are exempt from visa when traveling to the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brunei, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Haiti, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Mongolia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Tunisia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela…
Global Passport Ranking – 2022
The ranking of passport strength of countries in the world is based on passports of 193 UN member countries and 6 territories. A total of 199 passports are included in this passport ranking.
The passport rankings are scored according to the number of visa-exempt countries and the number of countries that require a visa to cross international borders.
- At the top of the passport strength is still the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) with 175 points. Specifically, when you have a passport of the United Arab Emirates, you are allowed to go to 175 other countries without a visa (119 visa-free countries and 56 countries with an entry visa at the airport).
- 2nd place with 172 points (equivalent to 172 visa-free countries) are the United States, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Austria, Luxembourg .
- 3rd place with 171 points is the following list of countries: Denmark, Belgium, Portugal, Norway, Poland, Japan, Korea, Ireland, New Zealand.
- 4th place with 170 points are the following countries: Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Canada, Australia.
- 5th place with 169 points are: Singapore, Malta, United Kingdom, Slovakia, Lithuania.
- Ranked 6th with 168 points are 3 countries: Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia.
- In 7th place with 166 points are countries such as: Cyprus, Iceland, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Liechtenstein
- Malaysia with 163 points is ranked 8th in the rankings.
- Monaco ranked 9th with 162 points.
- Brazil ranked 10th in the rankings with 161 points counted.
- At the bottom of the ranking are still passports of countries with unstable political situations, often wars such as Yemen at 89th, Somalia and Pakistan at 90th, Iraq and Syria at 91st, and Afghanistan at 92nd.
Vietnamese passport is currently ranked 75th with 67 points calculated according to the rankings, up 12 places compared to 2021. This means that Vietnamese citizens can travel to 67 countries and territories without applying for a visa. More specifically, in these 67 countries, there are 21 visa-free countries, 46 countries require a visa to cross the border.
In addition, in Southeast Asia, Malaysian passports ranked 8th with 163 visa-free destinations, Thailand ranked 53rd with 92 points, Indonesia ranked 57th (85 points), Laos ranked 81st with 61 points, Cambodia ranked 75th with Vietnam with 67 points.