What makes a strong passport? Global Citizen Solutions launched a brand new Global Passport Index to measure the true value of a passport, incorporating investment opportunities and quality of life factors, alongside visa-free access and mobility perks. We used exclusive data collected from the likes of the World Bank, World Economic Forum, and the Sustainable Development Report to create a well-rounded and accurate account of the most powerful passports. When it comes to Turkey passport power, the transcontinental country is ranked as the 95th most powerful passport in the world, and the 13th highest ranked passport in Asia, according to our Global Passport Ranking Index.
Turkey Passport Ranking 2021
Whether it is to keep financial assets safe, live in another country, or seek the best investment options, there are many reasons to seek second citizenship. So, how is the Turkish passport positioned in terms of travel, investment, and relocation?
Our Global Passport Ranking is divided into three standalone indexes, with Turkey performing differently in each index.
Holds the most weight (50%) and is based on the number of countries that the passport holder has access to, alongside the level of “attractiveness” in terms of quality of life standards.
Turkey’s Ranking: 96th
Holds 25% of the overall calculation and is based on the country’s economic strength, looking at financial prosperity and ease to do business.
Turkey’s Ranking: 78th
Holds 25% of the overall calculation. Six components related to the quality of life are covered under this index – sustainable development, cost of living, level of happiness, environmental performance, freedom, and migrant acceptance.
Turkey’s Ranking: 126th
For more information, see Turkey’s country profile here.