The following combination of 14 passports would grant you visa-free access to the whole world.
About Citizenship-by-Investment

Residence- and citizenship-by-investment programs enable nations to grant residence or citizenship rights to individuals in exchange for a substantial investment.

Citizenship-by-investment refers to the process whereby qualified and carefully vetted candidates are granted full citizenship in exchange for their significant economic contribution to the passport-issuing state. Residence-by-investment refers to a similar process, but candidates in this case are granted temporary residence, which can be extended to permanent residence or, in some cases, citizenship at a later stage.

For individuals, the key benefits of holding an alternative passport include expanded travel mobility, access to business and educational opportunities on a global scale, ease of asset diversification, and improved safety and security in a rapidly changing world.

For host countries, the foreign direct investment secured through these programs creates both sovereign and societal value. Debt-free liquidity is injected into the economy, resulting in additional capital flows both to the public sector — encouraging fiscal autonomy, diversifying the economy, and creating employment opportunities — and the private sector, in the form of investments in existing enterprises, infrastructure, start-ups, and real estate.

There are now residence- and citizenship-by-investment programs in nearly 100 countries around the world, including more than 70% of EU member states.

Top Programs

Outlined below are the details of the most successful and credible programs in the residence and citizenship categories. These programs uphold the highest standards of due diligence, attracting carefully vetted individuals who bring capital, business networks, and talent to the host country in question.

The information provided here reflects the 2020 Henley Passport Index ranking on 7 July 2020, and in certain instances, coronavirus-related travel bans may take precedence over the visa information recorded here.