The strongest passport in the world, which allows for hassle-free travel to 193 nations, is held by Japan.
According to the most recent Henley Passport Index from immigration consulting firm Henley & Partners, Singapore and South Korea are tied for second position, falling only one nation short of first.
The latest analysis from Henley & Partners ranks passports using unique data from the International Air Transport Authority, and a Japanese passport offers hassle-free travel to 193 nations. South Korea and Singapore are next on the list, both with a score of 192 for visa-free travel.
The most recent government statistics show that in 2021, 1,63,370 Indians gave up their citizenship in order to acquire citizenship in other nations. India lost its citizenship to the United States the most often (78,284), followed by Australia (23,533), Canada (21,597), and the United Kingdom (21,597). (14,637).
Based on which passports give the most widespread visa-free or visa-on-arrival access, the index, which uses data spanning 17 years, assists people and governments in evaluating the worth of citizenship around the world.