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Infographic: How Powerful Is Your Passport

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Which Passports Are The Most Powerful?

#1 Germany

Germany tops the list of country passports with Visa-free travel to 177 of the world’s 218 countries.


#2 Sweden

Sweden is second on the list with a passport that allows visa-free travel to 176 countries, which means as a Swedish citizen you only need to apply for visas for 42 countries in the world.


# 3 United Kingdom

A British passport allows travelers from the United Kingdom visa-free entry to 175 of the countries in the world.


And The Worst Performing Travel Documents?

First is Afganistan, where visa-free travel is only possible to 25 countries. Pakistan is next allowing for travel without visas to 29 countries. They are followed closely by Iraq with a short list of 30 countries that their passport allows access to.


Thinking of Buying A Second Passport?

Portugal, with it’s Golden Visa Program, offers a premier citizenship through investment solution and is one of the popular options for a second citizenship. There are a number of others including Malta, Canada and Bulgaria that are growing in popularity.


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Speak to us – a powerful second passport opens doors to new countries and new opportunities. Investing in a European travel document will help with visa issues and allows access to Schengen countries.

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