The US passport has fallen in favor since Trump became president office, the Passport Index said, noting that Turkey and the Central African Republic were the most recent countries to revoke visa-free status to Americans. Coming in at last place on the updated Passport Index list is Afghanistan, which has a score of 22, followed by Pakistan and Iraq (26), Syria (29) and Somalia (34).
This left the United States with a score of 154 and an index ranking of sixth, the same as Malaysia, Ireland and Canada, and behind 18 other passports.
The 2017 Global Passport Power Rank, produced by advisory firm Arton Capital, ranks all of the passports of the world by their "total visa-free score". Germany often ranks at or near the top.
Passports of 193 United Nations member countries and six territories were considered in the index. Most recently, Turkey and the Central African Republic revoked their visa-free status to U.S. passport holders.
Singapore has the most powerful passport in the world and New Zealand lags behind ranked at number seven, according to the latest index.
"More and more people every year invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in a second passport to offer better opportunity and security for their families".
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There's also no need for Singapore citizens with existing valid passports to replace their passports as the current ones remain valid for travel. Canadian passport holders will find themselves welcome to enter 113 countries visa-free and with visas on arrival in an additional 41 countries.
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In 2015, the USA held the list's top spot, tied only with the United Kingdom.
In 2015, the United States tied for first place with the United Kingdom; a year ago, it slipped to fourth place.
"Most recently Turkey and the Central African Republic revoked their visa-free status to the U.S.", it said.
To see where your passport ranks - if it hasn't been mentioned already - see the full list here. Spain and Italy tied for third, with Ireland rounding out the top five.