The Passport Index 2022, published by Arton Capital, ranks the strongest and weakest passports in the world. The rankings display how many nations you can travel to or enter without a visa.In Arton Capital’s Passport Index, Pakistan is placed 94, whereas UAE is at the top of the list for 2022, which was recently made public.
A three-tier method is used that comprised visa-free, visa-on-arrival, and eVisa facilities that make mobility score for the countries.
The Pakistani passport was given the fourth poorest ranking in the most recent survey, with a global power rank of 94. The Pakistani passport was scored higher than those from war-torn nations like Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan. According to the most current Index, Pakistan was ranked below Yemen, Libya, Palestine, Iran, and Bangladesh.
Arton Capital, unlike Henley Passport Index, classified passports in real time as new visa waivers and changes are effected in post-Covid times.
This time, the United Arab Emirates, famed for its high-end shopping and oil reserves, set a new record by producing the most potent travel document ever. UAE citizens can now visit 180 countries without having to go through lengthy formalities.
Spain, France, Italy, Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, South Korea, Sweden, Finland, Luxembourg, Germany, and Among the top-ranked nations are Denmark, Belgium, Portugal, Norway, Poland, Ireland, the United States, and New Zealand.