Pakistani Passport – No Longer Among the Worst Passports in the World

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Pakistani Passport is no Longer Among the Worst Passports

Pakistani Passport 92nd in the GPI 2018

Pakistani passport has made significant gains as it now ranks the 92nd in the Global Passport Index 2018. As per the Passport Index, the Green passport holders can travel to as many as 36 countries without acquiring a visa in advance.

In 2017, the Passport Index ranked Pakistan world’s second-worst travel document after just above Afghanistan. The situation for Green Passport holders has not become too ideal as we still lack one point behind war-torn Syria, but two slots above Iraq and Afghanistan.


Visa Free Countries for Pakistani Passport Holders

The Passport Index shows that Pakistani passport holders get a visa-free entry in eight countries – last year it was 6 – while 28 states will welcome them with visa on arrival. These countries include:

  1. Dominica
  2. Haiti
  3. Micronesia
  4. St. Vincent and the Grenadines
  5. Trinidad and Tobago
  6. Vanuatu
  7. Qatar
  8. Ivory Coast (pre-enrollment)

Visa on Arrival Countries for Pakistani Passport Holders

These countries permit Pakistani passport holders, a visa on arrival:

  1. Cambodia
  2. Cape Verde
  3. Comoros
  4. Djibouti
  5. Guinea-Bissau
  6. Kenya
  7. Madagascar
  8. Maldives
  9. Malaysia
  10. Mauritania
  11. Myanmar
  12. Mozambique
  13. Nepal
  14. Nicaragua
  15. Palau
  16. Samoa
  17. Seychelles
  18. Tanzania
  19. Somalia
  20. Timor-Leste
  21. Togo
  22. Tuvalu
  23. Uganda
  24. Azerbaijan
  25. Bolivia
  26. Ethiopia
  27. Gabon
  28. Lesotho

World Top Ranked Countries

Passport Index of Top Countries

Singapore and Germany are the strongest passports at the time with 127 and 126 countries giving their citizens visa-free entry, respectively. While the rest of the top-ranked passports in the world are: (ordered according to ranking)

  1. Singapore and German
  2. Sweden, Denmark, Finland, France, USA, Spain, Switzerland, Norway, South Korea, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands.
  3. Belgium, Austria, Japan, Greece, Porugal, Switzerland, UK, Ireland, Canada, and UAE.

Courtesy

Passport Index

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Naeem Javid

Naeem Javid Muhammad Hassani is working as Deputy Conservator of Forests in Balochistan Forest & Wildlife Department (BFWD). He is the CEO of Tech Urdu (techurdu.net) Forestrypedia (forestrypedia.com), All Pak Notifications (allpaknotifications.com), Essayspedia, etc & their YouTube Channels). He is an Environmentalist, Blogger, YouTuber, Developer & Vlogger.

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