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 1 SINGAPORE & GERMANY

Germany

(Without visa access 158 countries)

German passports are issued to nationals of Germany for the purpose of international travel. A German passport is, besides the German ID card and the German Emergency Travel Document (called “Reiseausweis also Passersatz”), the only other officially recognized document that German authorities will routinely accept as proof of identity from German citizens. Besides serving as proof of identity and presumption of German nationality, they facilitate the process of securing assistance from German consular officials abroad (or other EU-members in the case that a German consular facility is absent). German passports are valid for ten years (for people older than 24) or six years (for people until the age of 24) and share the standardized layout and burgundy red design with other EU passports. Every German citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

Singapore

(Without visa access 158 countries)

  The Singaporean passport is a travel document issued to the citizens of the Republic of Singapore. It is issued by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority of Singapore. Only Singaporean citizens can apply for this passport. The Singaporean passport ranks the first in terms of travel freedom worldwide.

 

 

 

Singapore’s passport is a favorite target for counterfeiters, due to the relatively liberal visa requirements for Singaporean travellers, and the tendency for immigration to clear Singaporean passport holders more quickly. The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority thus adopted several measures to foil forgers, including digital photos and special ink since October 1999, and the Biometric passport from August 2006.

2 SWEDEN & SOUTH KOREA

SWEDEN

(Without visa access 157 countries)

Swedish passports are issued to nationals of Sweden for the purpose of international travel. Besides serving as proof of Swedish citizenship, they facilitate the process of securing assistance from Swedish consular officials abroad or other European Union member states in case a Swedish consular is absent, if needed (every Swedish citizen is also a citizen of the European Union).

An ordinary Swedish passport allows for free rights of movement and residence in the EEA and Switzerland, and short-term visits without arranging a visa in advance to more than 130 other countries

SOUTH KOREA

(Without visa access 157 countries)

Republic of Korea passports Korean are issued to citizens of South Korea to facilitate international travel. Like any other passports, they serve as proof for passport holders’ personal information, such as nationality and date of birth. South Korean passports also indicate the holder’s resident registration number, unless the holder does not have one. Republic of Korea passports are issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and printed by the Korea Minting and Security Printing Corporation (KOMSCO) since 1973.

In 2016, South Korean citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 172 countries and territories, ranking the South Korean passport 6th in the world in terms of travel freedom according to the Visa Restrictions Index.

The passports of South Korea and Chile are the only ones worldwide to provide visa-free access to all G8 countries.

3 DENMARK, FINLAND, ITALY, FRANCE, SPAIN, NORWAY, JAPAN, UNITED KINGDOM

& UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

DENMARK

(Without visa access 156 countries)

Danish passports are issued to citizens of the Kingdom of Denmark (Danish: Kongeriget Danmark) to facilitate international travel.

Different versions exist for nationals of Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands although all citizens have the same nationality. Danish nationals residing in Greenland and the Faroe Islands can choose between the Danish EU passport and the local (Greenlandic or Faroese) non-EU passport.[3]

Every Danish citizen (except for those residing in the Faroe Islands) is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport entitles its bearer to freedom of movement in the European Economic Area and Switzerland as provided in Directive 2004/38/EC.

According to the 2016 Visa Restrictions Index, Danish citizens can visit 174 countries without a visa or with a visa granted on arrival.

FINLAND

(Without visa access 156 countries)

Finnish passports are issued to nationals of Finland for the purpose of international travel. Aside from serving as proof of Finnish nationality, they facilitate the process of securing assistance from Finnish consular officials abroad (or other EU consulates in case a Finnish consular official is absent). Finnish passports share the standardized layout and burgundy-red cover with other EU countries.

Passports are issued by the local police or by an authorized Finnish diplomatic mission abroad.

Men who are less than 30 years of age and consequently eligible for military service, but have not completed it, may only be issued a passport with an expiration date up to the last legal start date for completion of the obligation, which is at the age of 28. Men older than 30 can receive a passport with normal expiry dates regardless of the status of completion of the military duty.

ITALY

(Without visa access 156 countries)

Italian passports are issued to Italian citizens for the purpose of international travel. Biometric passports have been available since 26 October 2006, are valid for 10, 5 or 3 years (depending on the applicant’s age). Every Italian citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

FRANCE

(Without visa access 156 countries)

French passport (in French: Passport Francis) is an identity document issued to French citizens. Besides enabling the bearer to travel internationally and serving as indication of French citizenship (but not proof; the possession of a French passport only establishes the presumption of French citizenship according to French law), the passport facilitates the process of securing assistance from French consular officials abroad or other European Union member states in case a French consular is absent, if needed.

According to the 2017 Visa Restrictions Index, French citizens can visit 173 countries without a visa or with a visa granted on arrival. French citizens can live and work in any country within the EU as a result of the right of free movement and residence granted in Article 21 of the EU Treaty.

SPAIN

(Without visa access 156 countries)

 

Spanish passports are issued to Spanish citizens for the purpose of travel outside Spain. Every Spanish citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

NORWAY

(Without visa access 156 countries)

Norwegian Passports are issued to nationals of Norway for the purpose of international travel. The passport may also serve as proof of Norwegian citizenship and is valid for ten years. The passport shares the standardized layout of most EU countries, as Norway has implemented the EU passport regulation. The color is burgundy-red and similar, but not identical to the design of most EU countries. Despite the fact Norway is not part of the EU, the country is a signatory of the Schengen Agreement and a member state of the European Economic Area (EEA). Consequently, Norwegian citizens generally have the same rights as EU citizens in EEA countries and are treated as EU citizens for the purposes of travel and entry into EEA countries.

JAPAN

(Without visa access 156 countries)

Japanese passports are issued to Japanese citizens to travel outside Japan.

Ordinary passport: Issued to normal Japanese citizens.

Ordinary passports are issued in two different lengths of validity: five and ten years. Japanese citizens up to 19 years of age can only be issued a five-year passport, while those who are 20 years of age or older can choose either a five-year (blue) or ten-year (red) passport for different registration fees.

Official passport: Issued to members of the National Diet and public servants.

Diplomatic passport: Issued to members of the Imperial Family, diplomats and their family members, and high-level government officials.

By convention, the Emperor and Empress of Japan do not hold a passport.

All Japanese passports issued after March 20, 2006 are biometric passports.

UNITED KINGDOM

(Without visa access 156 countries)

British passports are passports issued by the United Kingdom to those holding any form of British nationality. There are different types of British nationality, and different types of British passports as a result. A British passport enables the bearer to travel worldwide and serves as proof of citizenship. It also facilitates access to consular assistance from British embassies around the world, or if also a citizen of the European Union, any embassy of another European Union member state. Passports are issued using royal prerogative, which are exercised by Her Majesty’s Government.

British citizen passports have been issued by Her Majesty’s Passport Office in the UK since 2006. British citizens can use their passport as evidence of right of abode in the United Kingdom and EU citizenship. All passports issued in the UK since 2006 have been biometric.

In 2017, British citizens had visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to 173 countries and territories, ranking the British citizen passport fourth in the world according to the Visa Restrictions Index.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

(Without visa access 156 countries)

United States passports are passports issued to citizens and non-citizen nationals of the United States of America. They are issued exclusively by the U.S. Department of State. Besides passports (in booklet form), limited use passport cards are issued by the same organization subject to the same requirements. It is unlawful for U.S. citizens to enter or exit the United States without a valid U.S. passport or Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative-compliant passport-replacement document, or without an exception or waiver.

U.S. passport booklets are valid for travel by Americans to certain countries and/or for certain purposes though it may require a visa and the U.S. itself restricts its nationals from traveling to or engaging in commercial transactions in certain countries. They conform with recommended standards (i.e., size, composition, layout, technology) of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). There are five types of passport booklets; as well, the Department of State has issued only biometric passports as standard since August 2007, though non-biometric passports are valid until their expiry dates. United States passports are property of the United States and must be returned to the US Government upon demand.

4 LUXEMBOURG, SWITZERLAND, NETHERLANDS, BELGIUM, AUSTRIA & PORTUGAL

LUXEMBOURG

(Without visa access 155 countries)

A Luxembourgish passport is an international travel document issued to nationals of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, and may also serve as proof of Luxembourgish citizenship. Besides enabling the bearer to travel internationally and serving as indication of Luxembourgish citizenship, the passport facilitates the process of securing assistance from Luxembourgish consular officials abroad or other European Union member states in case a Luxembourgish consular is absent, if needed.

According to the 2017 Visa Restrictions Index, Luxembourgish citizens can visit 173 countries without a visa or with a visa granted on arrival. Additionally, the World Tourism Organization also published a report on 15 January 2016 ranking the Luxembourgish passport 1st in the world (tied with Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Singapore and the United Kingdom passports) in terms of travel freedom, with the mobility index of 160 (out of 215 with no visa weighted by 1, visa on arrival weighted by 0.7, eVisa by 0.5 and traditional visa weighted by 0).Luxembourgish citizens can live and work in any member state of the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland as a result of the right of freedom of movement granted in Article 21 of the EU Treaty.

Every Luxembourgish citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for freedom of movement in any of the states of the European Economic Area and Switzerland.

Luxembourgish biometric passports are valid for five years for bearers aged four and over, and valid for 2 years for children under four.

SWITZERLAND

(Without visa access 155 countries)

A Swiss passport is a passport issued to citizens of Switzerland to facilitate international travel. For traveling inside almost all of Europe, Swiss citizens can use an identity card.

 

The first Swiss passports were issued in 1915. Those were not yet in the famous red color, but were bound in a grey-green cover. The famous red Swiss passport was created in 1959. Until 1985 the Swiss passport was only printed in the national languages of the time: French, German, Italian; English was included in addition to the aforementioned national languages. Romansh was added in the later Pass 85 after it was declared the fourth Swiss national language following a referendum. The ordering of the languages was then changed to German, French, Italian, Romansh and English.

NETHERLANDS

(Without visa access 155 countries)

Dutch passports are issued to citizens of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (Dutch: Koninkrijk der Nederland) for the purpose of international travel. As the Netherlands only distinguish one category of citizen (Nederland’s (Dutch), NLD), for all countries in the Kingdom, passports are the same for all four countries. The passport also serves as a means of identification as required by the Dutch law since 1 January 2005 for all persons over the age of fourteen. Dutch passports are valid for a period of ten years from issuing date. The passport complies with the rules (EU 2252/04) for European Union passports.[5] Since 26 August 2006 all passports are issued as a biometric passport with an embedded contactless smartcard RFID chip for storing biometric data.[6] Every Dutch citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The nationality allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union, other European Economic Area states as well as Switzerland.

BELGIUM

(Without visa access 155 countries)

Belgian passports are passports issued by the Belgian state to its citizens to facilitate international travel. The Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs, formerly known as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is responsible for issuing and renewing Belgian passports. Every Belgian citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The nationality allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union as well as other European Economic Area states and Switzerland upon possession of a passport, or a national identity card.

According to the 2014 Visa Restrictions Index, Belgian citizens can visit 172 countries without a visa or with a visa granted on arrival. Belgian citizens can live and work in any country within the EU as a result of the right of free movement and residence granted in Article 21 of the EU Treaty

AUSTRIA

(Without visa access 155 countries)

Austrian passports are issued to citizens of Austria to facilitate international travel. Every Austrian citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Economic Area and Switzerland.

PORTUGAL

(Without visa access 155 countries)

Portuguese passports are issued to citizens of Portugal for the purpose of international travel. The passport, along with the National Identity Card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

5 MALAYSIA, IRELAND & CANADA

MALAYSIA

(Without visa access 154 countries)

The Malaysian passport (Malay: Passport Malaysia) is the passport issued to citizens of Malaysia by the Immigration Department of Malaysia (Jabatan Immigrant Malaysia). They were formerly designated Paspot Malaysia, but the spelling was changed to Passport in the 1980s.

The main legislation governing the production of passports and travel documents, their possession by persons entering and leaving Malaysia, and related matters is the Passport Act 1966.

Processing of Malaysian passport applications and renewals is very rapid, with new passports usually issued one hour after payment for normal cases.[1] The introduction of passport renewal kiosks (KiPPas) at Immigration Department branches across the country allow passport applicants to apply and pay for their passports without queuing at the passport application counters.

IRELAND

(Without visa access 154 countries)

An Irish passport is the passport issued to citizens of Ireland. An Irish passport enables the bearer to travel internationally and serves as evidence of Irish citizenship and citizenship of the European Union. It also facilitates the access to consular assistance from both Irish embassies and any embassy from other European Union member states while abroad.

Irish passports are issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Dublin. All Irish passports have been biometric since 2006. In 2015, the Irish government introduced the Passport Card, which enables Irish citizens who already possess a passport, to travel throughout the European Economic Area and Switzerland. An Irish Passport Card is intended for travel and identification purposes and functions similarly to a European national identity card.

Both Irish passports and Irish passport cards allow Irish citizens to travel, live, and work unrestrictedly in any country European Economic Area and Switzerland. Irish citizens have visa-free or visa on arrival access to 172 countries and territories; the international access available to Irish citizens ranks 5th in the world according to the Visa Restrictions Index.

CANADA

(Without visa access 154 countries)

The Canadian passport is the passport issued to citizens of Canada. It enables the bearer to exit and re-enter Canada; travel to and from other countries in accordance with visa requirements; facilitates the process of securing assistance from Canadian consular officials abroad, if necessary; and requests protection for the bearer while abroad.

All Canadian passports are issued by the Passport Program of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).[5] Prior to July 1, 2013, Canadian passports were issued by Passport Canada, an independent operating agency of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada.[6] They are normally valid for five or ten years for persons 16 years of age and older, and five years for children under 16. In 2015, 67 per cent of Canadians had passports, and 22.88 million Canadian travel documents were in circulation as of March 31, 2015.Although held by individuals, all Canadian passports remain property of the Government of Canada, as stated on the inside front cover of the booklet.

Canada is a member of the Five Nations Passport Group, an international forum for cooperation between the passport issuing authorities in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States to “share best practices and discuss innovations related to the development of passport policies, products and practices”.

Canada began issuing biometric passports, also known as electronic passports or e-passports, to Canadian citizens on July 1, 2013

6 GREECE, NEW ZEALAND & AUSTRALIA

GREECE

(Without visa access 153 countries)

Greek passports are issued exclusively to Greek citizens for the purpose of international travel. Biometric passports have been issued since 26 August 2006, with old-style passports being declared invalid as of 1 January 2007. Since June 2009, the passport’s RFID chip includes two index fingerprints as well as a high-resolution JPEG image of the passport holder. Every Greek citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

NEW ZEALAND

(Without visa access 153 countries)Zealand passports (in Māori: Uruwhenua Aotearoa) are issued to New Zealand citizens for the purpose of international travel by the Department of Internal Affairs. New Zealand has a passport possession rate of around 75% of the population and there are around 1.5 million New Zealand biometric passports in circulation.[4] It is ranked as one of the most powerful passports in the world.

AUSTRALIA

(Without visa access 153 countries)

Australian passports are travel documents issued to Australian citizens under Australian Passports Act 2005 by the Australian Passport Office of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, both in Australia and overseas, which enable the passport bearer to travel internationally. Australian citizens are allowed to hold passports from other countries.Since 1988 over a million Australian passports have been issued annually, and it reached 1.4 million in 2007, and increasing towards a projected 3 million annually by 2021.

Since 24 October 2005 Australia has issued only biometric passports, called ePassports, which have an embedded microchip that contains the same personal information that is on the color photo page of the passport, including a digitized photograph. As all previous passports have now expired, all Australian passports are now biometric. Smart Gates have been installed in Australian airports to allow Australian ePassport holders and ePassport holders of several other countries to clear immigration controls more rapidly, and facial recognition technology has been installed at immigration gates.

7 MALTA, CZECHIA & ICELAND

MALTA

(Without visa access 152 countries)

The Maltese passport is a passport that is issued to citizens of Malta. Every Maltese citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

CZECHIA

(Without visa access 152 countries)

Czech passport (Czech: cestovní pas, pas) is an international travel document issued to nationals of Czech Republic, and may also serve as proof of Czech citizenship. Besides enabling the bearer to travel internationally and serving as indication of Czech citizenship, the passport facilitates the process of securing assistance from Czech consular officials abroad or other European Union member states in case a Czech consular is absent, if needed.

According to the 2017 Visa Restrictions Index, Czech citizens can visit 168 countries without a visa or with a visa granted on arrival. Czech citizens can live and work in any country within the EU as a result of the right of free movement and residence granted in Article 21 of the EU Treaty.

Every Czech citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The nationality allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union, Switzerland and the European Economic Area, but a passport or a national identity card is in practice needed for identification.

ICELAND

(Without visa access 152 countries)

Icelandic passports are issued to citizens of Iceland for the purpose of international travel.

Icelandic passports are blue, with the Icelandic coat of arms emblazoned in the center of the front cover. The words “ÍSLAND” (Icelandic), “ICELAND” (English) and “ISLANDE” (French) are inscribed above the coat of arms and the words “VEGABRÉF” (Icelandic), “PASSPORT” (English) and “PASSEPORT” (French) are inscribed below the coat of arms. Icelandic passports have the standard biometric symbol at the bottom.

Vega brief literally means “road letter” and is a word used in Scandinavia in historic centuries meaning internal passport.

8 HUNGARY

(Without visa access 150 countries)

Hungarian passports are issued to Hungarian citizens for international travel by The Central Data Processing, Registration and Election Office of the Hungarian Ministry of the Interior. Every Hungarian citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

9 SLOVENIA, SLOVAKIA, POLAND, LITHUANIA & LATVIA

SLOVENIA

(Without visa access 149 countries)

Slovenian passports are issued to citizens of Slovenia to facilitate international travel. Every Slovenian citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

According to the 2017 Visa Restricitions Index, Slovenian citizens can visit 165 countries without a visa or with a visa granted on arrival. Slovenian citizens can live and work in any country within the EU as a result of the right of free movement and residence granted in Article 21 of the EU Treaty.[3]

The Slovenian ID card is also valid for travel to other former Yugoslav republics: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia.

 

SLOVAKIA

(Without visa access 149 countries)

The Slovak passport is issued to citizens of Slovakia to enable legal international travel. Every Slovak citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

Every Slovak citizen is entitled to possess two passports of the same kind, if he or she wishes to. The second passport is valid for 5 years (instead of the standard 10 years), while the fee remains the same. Passports in Slovakia are issued by the police force.

POLAND

(Without visa access 149 countries)

Polish passport is an international travel document issued to nationals of Poland, and may also serve as proof of Polish citizenship. Besides enabling the bearer to travel internationally and serving as indication of Polish citizenship, the passport facilitates the process of securing assistance from Polish consular officials abroad or other European Union member states in case a Polish consular is absent, if needed.

According to the 2017 Visa Restrictions Index, Polish citizens can visit 162 countries without a visa or with a visa granted on arrival. Polish citizens can live and work in any country within the EU as a result of the right of free movement and residence granted in Article 21 of the EU Treaty.

Every Polish citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

LITHUANIA

(Without visa access 149 countries)

Lithuanian passport is an official document, issued exclusively to Lithuanian citizens to identify themselves as such and/or to facilitate travel outside of Lithuania (there are other types of passports which may be issued by Lithuanian authorities to non-citizens; e.g. a “Foreigner’s Passport”, or “Stateless Person’s Passport”, or “Refugee’s Passport”). Every Lithuanian citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

The passport-book contains 32 pages and a polycarbonate personal data page; personal data, a photograph, and signature are laser engraved. The passport is manufactured according to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) requirements. All data “brackets” could be read in Lithuanian, English, and French. The passports are issued to Lithuanian citizens upon request, and are valid for up to ten years( for adults) and five years (for children from 5–16 years). For younger children, passports are valid for two years, which can be extended by a separate request for up to five years.

Since 28 August 2006, the Lithuanian passports have become e-passports (i.e. they include electronic biometric data), whereas beginning with 1 January 2008, the Lithuanian passport is issued in a new format (the most notable feature of it is the burgundy colour and the words “European Union” [spelled in Lithuanian] featured on its cover). As with all e-passports, RFID memory chip stores the photograph and other data (such as fingerprint) in electronic form and could be read by border agencies abroad from a distance of a few feet.

LATVIA

(Without visa access 149 countries)

Latvian passports are issued to citizens of Latvia for identity and international travel purposes. Receiving a valid passport is mandatory from the age of 15, but passports can be requested for younger children if needed for travel purposes. Passport is valid for 10 years (if citizen is younger than 20, then valid for 5 years). Non-citizen passports, and refugee travel documents (in a passport-like format), are also issued. Every Latvian citizen is also a citizen of the European Union. The passport, along with the national identity card allows for free rights of movement and residence in any of the states of the European Union and European Economic Area.

10 ESTONIA

(Without visa access 148 countries)

Estonian passport (Eesti kodaniku pass) is an international travel document issued to citizens of Estonia, and may also serve as proof of Estonian citizenship. Besides enabling the bearer to travel internationally and serving as indication of Estonian citizenship, the passport facilitates the process of securing assistance from Estonian consular officials abroad or other European Union member states in case an Estonian consular is absent, if needed. If Estonian citizen wish to receive an identity document especially an Estonian passport elsewhere than the foreign representation of the Republic of Estonia, then bearer of the Estonian citizenship staying abroad could receive the travel documents in embassies of any EU country worldwide by paying 50 Euro additionally.[2] Many countries require passport validity of no less than 6 months and one or two blank pages.

According to the 2017 Visa Restrictions Index, Estonian citizens can visit 164 countries [3] without a visa or with a visa granted on arrival. Estonian citizens can live and work in any country within the EU as a result of the right of free movement and residence granted in Article 21 of the EU Treaty.

71 INDIA

(Without visa access 50 countries)

An Indian passport is a passport issued by order of the President of India to Indian citizens for the purpose of international travel. It enables the bearer to travel internationally and serves as proof of Indian citizenship as per the Passports Act (1967). The Passport Seva (Passport Service) unit of the Consular, Passport & Visa (CPV) Division of the Ministry of External Affairs, functions as the central passport organization, and is responsible for issuing Indian passports on demand to all eligible Indian citizens. Indian passports are issued at 93 passport offices located across India and at 162 Indian diplomatic missions abroad.

In 2014, India issued more than 10 million passports, a number exceeded only by China and United States. Approximately 60 million Indians hold valid passports as of November 2014.

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