Passport ranking according to Henley

New findings and research from the Henley Passport Index show that a global travel gap in its 16-year history has led to increased barriers to entry over the past 18 months, as well as top passport-holders in Japan and Singapore. . visa-free travel in 166 places more than Afghans, which is on the list for only 26 countries that previously did not require a visa.

Based on unique data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), an index showing international passports as the number of seats a holder can get without their first visa shows that countries in the mountainous regions of the world have higher rates. Passports have imposed some major travel restrictions related to Covid-19, and many countries with low are getting uncomfortable without seeing this reaction. This has also created a space for growth and travel freedom for vaccines from countries at the end of the passport control process that limits international controls.

Specific research and expert reviews provided by prominent real estate and international residents at investment advisory firm Henley & Partners suggest that this opportunity is set to increase, as the limitations of this disease are eradicating and making the deep apart. largest in the world. , which shares a limited position on its list with Singapore due to its visa/immigration status in 192, preventing almost all foreigners to enter. Germany, which was close to South Korea in the second round with 190 visas/entry permits, has barred entry to nearly 100 countries.

At the bottom of the index, there are no travel restrictions for Egypt, which ranks 77th, but its citizens cannot access 55 destinations worldwide with no previous visas. Similarly, Kenya, in the 77th place, has no travel restrictions, but passport holders cannot access 72 places without a visa.