Jordan

Citizenship by Investment Program

Program Overview

In 2018, the Jordanian government initiated a novel Citizenship by Investment program, as outlined in Regulation No. 28 of 2018. This program provides a pathway for international investors to obtain Jordanian citizenship by making substantial financial contributions. A specially dedicated unit within the government has been created to administer this program, which is specifically designed to stimulate foreign direct investment from worldwide sources.

Program Details

Time To Citizenship
3 months
Visa Free Travel
56 countries
Passport Rank
88th In the world
Minimum Investment
$750,000 USD
Provides 3 Options to Obtain Citizenship
Citizenship Program Established in 2018

Country Overview

Jordan is a captivating country located at the crossroads of Asia, Africa, and Europe in the heart of the Middle East. It is home to a diverse range of landscapes, from the arid desert of Wadi Rum to the Jordan Valley, and it has stunning coastlines along the Dead Sea and Red Sea.
Often referred to as the “Gateway to the Middle East,” Jordan has received numerous international travel awards for its unique blend of ancient history and vibrant modern culture.
Jordan is a charming country known for its historical ruins, such as the ancient city of Petra, its bustling markets, traditional cuisine, and warm hospitality. The country offers a plethora of attractions from the dramatic vistas of the Dana Biosphere Reserve to the therapeutic mineral waters of the Dead Sea.
Capital
Amman
Population
10 million
Language
Arabic
Currency
Jordanian Dinar (JOD)
Exchange Rate
1 USD = 0.71 JOD
Government Type
Constitutional Monarchy and Parliamentary System

Investment Options

1. Banking and Treasury Bonds:

Make a non-interest-bearing deposit of USD 1 million in the Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) for a minimum of three years; and purchase treasury bonds of USD 1 million, the interest rate of which is determined by the CBJ, to be held for at least six years.

2. Company Shares Investment:

Acquire shares and/or units in Jordanian businesses worth a minimum of USD 1.5 million, on the condition that these assets are held for at least three years and that the Companies Control Department and/or the Jordan Securities Commission impose a temporary freeze on them.

3. Small and Medium Enterprises:

Initiate an investment project in a designated productive economic sector with a capital of at least USD 1 million within the Amman governorate (or USD 750,000 for a project outside Amman). The project must generate at least 20 jobs (or at least 10 jobs for Jordanians in governorates other than Amman), in line with the records of the Social Security Corporation.

Visa Free Countries

53 Countries

* Visa on arrival
**eTA

Americas

Bolivia *
Ecuador
Nicaragua*
Suriname

Asia

Cambodia *
Hong Kong (SAR China)
Indonesia*
Macao (SAR China) *
Malaysia
Maldives *
Nepal *
Tajikistan*
Timor-Leste *

Oceania

Cook Islands
Micronesia
Niue
Palau Islands *
Samoa *
Tuvalu *

Europe

Georgia
Kosovo
Türkiye

Africa

Burundi *
Cape Verde Islands *
Comoro Islands *
Djibouti *
Guinea-Bissau *
Egypt *
Libya
Madagascar *
Malawi
Mauritania *
Mauritius
Mozambique *
Rwanda
Seychelles *
Somalia *
South Africa
Tanzania
Togo *
Tunisia

Caribbean

Barbados
Dominica
Haiti
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Middle East

Armenia *
Lebanon *
Oman
Syria
Yemen

E-visa

Pakistan **
Sri Lanka**
*The list of countries is subject to variations depending on each government’s policy and so is access to these countries.

Organizations

Founding member of the Arab League in 1945
Member of the United Nations since 1955
Member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) since 1952
Member of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in 1969
Member of the World Health Organisation (WHO) since 1950
Member of the World Trade Organization since its inception in 1995

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