These Passports Get You Into the Fewest Countries

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15. Palestinian Territory tied — 14th weakest
> Visa-free travel permitted to: 37 countries
> Dual citizenship: Usually not allowed
> Type of government: Parliamentary democracy
> GDP per capita: N/A

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14. South Sudan tied — 14th weakest
> Visa-free travel permitted to: 39 countries
> Dual citizenship: Allowed; some restrictions
> Type of government: Presidential republic
> GDP per capita: $1,555

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13. Nepal tied — 12th weakest
> Visa-free travel permitted to: 36 countries
> Dual citizenship: Not allowed
> Type of government: Federal parliamentary republic
> GDP per capita: $2,642

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12. Iran tied — 12th weakest
> Visa-free travel permitted to: 38 countries
> Dual citizenship: Usually not allowed
> Type of government: Theocratic republic
> GDP per capita: $18,858

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11. Ethiopia 11th weakest
> Visa-free travel permitted to: 39 countries
> Dual citizenship: Not allowed
> Type of government: Federal parliamentary republic
> GDP per capita: $2,104

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