According to Henley & Partners, a global citizenship and residence advisory company, the Pakistani passport is the fourth weakest passport in the world.

Pakistan is at the 100th position among the 227 countries assessed on the index. The determination is based on the number of destinations where Pakistani citizens can visit without a visa.

According to the report, Pakistani residents had access to 35 countries with an on-arrival visa until January this year. Now the number has decreased, and Pakistanis can visit only 33 countries with an on-arrival visa.


On the other hand, Singapore has the most-coveted passport in the world, with Singaporeans being able to visit 193 destinations out of 227 with an on-arrival visa.

Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria are the countries with the least travel privileges; the citizens of these countries can travel to 27, 29, and 30 destinations, respectively.