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Tinuku ~ Singapore and Germany are the countries with the strongest passports in the world, the latest Global Passport Power Rank 2017 report by Passport Index. Some years Germany became the country with the strongest passport in the world, now Singapore has come as the strongest competitor in the immigration clearance.

Tinuku Singapore and Germany strongest passport holders in the world

Germany in a few years occupies the first position as the country's strongest passport owner in the world. Every German citizen enters 159 countries in the world without having to use a visa. Passport Index has released Global Passport Power Rank 2017 that Singapore is Germany's strongest competitor in the first position.

In previous releases ranked Singapore and Sweden in second place each of which has visa-free to 158 countries. But recently the Passport Index rectifies the list, Singapore is now Germany with the world's strongest passport for the April 16, 2017 index period.

Ukraine extends Visa on Arrival (VoA) policy to Singapore passport holders for 15 days of visit, allowing Singaporean citizens to enter 159 countries without visas or equal to the number of Germans.

The 159 countries score for Germany consists of 125 visa-free countries and 34 countries with VoA, while Singapore's 159 numbers comprise 122 visa-free countries and 37 countries with VoA.

Singapore automatically became the country with the strongest passports in Asia, then South Korea (157), Japan and Australia (156), Indonesia, (59), China (56) and India (49). The other major countries are the United States (157), Brazil (144) and Russia (105).

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