The Canadian passport has been ranked the fourth-most powerful in the world in the latest version of the Passport Index.

Travelling to a foreign country is impossible without a passport, which is why the power of status of a passport depends primarily on visa-free travel privileges granted by the document.

Passports of comparatively less-developed nations like St. Kitts & Nevis and Antigua & Barbuda often rank higher than other more affluent nations based on the visa-free travel factor.

Currently, the Passport Index, which compares passports of different nations and ranks them on the extent of global mobility enjoyed by its holder, rates Germany as the top-rated passport in the world. Holder of a German passport can travel to 161 countries without needing a visa.

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