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Last Updated : Oct 17, 2020 02:30 PM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com

Most powerful passports: New Zealand clinches top spot; find out where India stands

According to the recent 2020 global rankings by the Passport Index, New Zealand has secured the top spot, meaning that people of the country who have it are in the possession of the most powerful passport in the entire world.

According to the recent 2020 global rankings by the Passport Index, New Zealand has secured the top spot, meaning that people of the country who have it, are in the possession of the most powerful passport in the entire world.

According to the recent 2020 global rankings by the Passport Index, New Zealand has secured the top spot, meaning that people of the country who have it are in the possession of the most powerful passport in the entire world.

Japan has moved down one spot and is sharing the second rank with Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Ireland, South Korea and Australia.

Japan has moved down one spot and is sharing the second rank with Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Ireland, South Korea and Australia.

France, Sweden, Belgium, Finland, Italy and Spain take the third spot.

France, Sweden, Belgium, Finland, Italy and Spain share the third spot.

India ranks 58th on the list - a spot that it shares with Benin, Gabon, Jordan and Algeria. Indian passport holders can visit 18 countries visa-free, 34 countries with visa on arrival, and 146 countries where visas are required in advance.

India is ranked 58th on the list - a spot that it shares with Benin, Gabon, Jordan and Algeria. Indian passport holders can visit 18 countries visa-free, 34 countries with visa on arrival, and 146 countries where visas are required in advance.

The US ranks 21st on the list, along with Malaysia.

The US ranks 21st on the list, along with Malaysia.

First Published on Oct 17, 2020 02:30 pm
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