Japan’s passport is the most powerful in Latin America, allowing entry to 177 countries without the need for a visa, says the consulting firm Henley & Partners.

According to the list presented by Henley & Partners, which is based on data from the International Air Transport Authority (IATA), the first place for the most powerful passports in the world is held by six countries: France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Singapore and Spain, which have access to 194 countries without the need for a visa.

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The second place on the list is occupied by Finland, South Korea and Sweden; third place Austria, Denmark, Ireland and the Netherlands; fourth place Belgium, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal and the United Kingdom; fifth place Greece, Malta and Switzerland; the sixth Australia, Czech Republic, New Zealand and Poland; the seventh Canada, Hungary and the United States; eighth place Estonia and Lithuania; ninth place Latvia, Slovakia and Slovenia; and tenth place Iceland.

Chile is in 15th place on the general list, however it is first in Latin America.

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They are followed by Argentina in 16th place, which allows entry to 174 countries without a visa; Brazil in 17th, allowing entry to 173 countries without a visa; Mexico in 23rd, allowing entry to 161 countries without a visa; Uruguay in 26th, allowing entry to 156 countries without a visa; and Costa Rica in 28th, allowing entry to 152 countries without a visa.

If you want to know the complete list, visit the official Henley & Partners website.

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