According to the SovSpot Passport Ranking Index, the Malian passport is now ranked 89th. It is regarded as being on the bottom end of the world's Passport Rankings. Only 55 countries, including Indonesia, Ghana, Iran, and Dominica, offer visa-free travel to Malian passport holders. A Malian passport holder is required to obtain a visa for 174 places before going. The passport raking is low on the overall global mobility score because of this. Malians must apply for a visa in advance for major locations such as the United States and the European Union. Applicants must show documentation such as evidence of funds and a return airline ticket when applying for a visa.
The number of countries Mali passport holders can enter without a visa (i.e. visa-free countries) and those Mali passport holders can enter by obtaining a visa on arrival (i.e. visa-on-arrival countries) or an electronic travel authorization is added up to determine the Mali passport ranking relative to other global passports (eTA). There are now 33 Mali passport visa-free countries, 21 Mali visa-on-arrival countries, and 1 eTA destination. Mali passport holders can travel to a total of 55 countries without needing a visa, a visa on arrival, or an eTA. As a result, the Mali passport is ranked 89th in the world. In addition to these Mali visa-free and visa-on-arrival countries, Mali passport holders must apply for a physical visa or an eVisa to visit 174 other countries (i.e. visa required countries).
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