The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is strategically positioned at the crossroads of Asia, Africa, and Europe and is a stable, business-friendly location. Jordan strikingly combines the ancient and the modern worlds, from its historic archaeological site of Petra to its capital Amman, the country's economic, political, and cultural center.
The Jordan Citizenship by Investment Program allows foreign nationals to make an investment into the country and apply for an alternative citizenship. Jordan is a relatively calm country in a tumultuous region, and access to Jordanian citizenship is therefore appealing to applicants from nearby countries faced with socio-political challenges.Enquiry Factsheet
Minimum investment of USD 750,000
The right of free movement to Jordan, Hong Kong, and Turkey, among others
Located in the Northern Arabian Peninsula, Jordan is almost completely landlocked, and prospective investors are in a key position to benefit from the kingdom’s close proximity to Saudi Arabia in the south and Israel to the west — allowing for an expanded business and investment landscape.
For those who desire to become citizens in this diverse and peaceful Arab country, the Jordan Citizenship by Investment Program is the most efficient way to acquire such status. The Jordanian government welcomes wealthy foreign individuals who wish to make a significant, qualified investment into the country that would boost the economy through foreign direct investment. Under this program, individuals and their immediate family members can become citizens of Jordan within three months.
The Jordan Citizenship by Investment Program requires that a foreign individual invests into either a bank deposit, treasury bonds, securities, small and medium enterprises, or a local job-creating project.
Applicants are required to fulfill one of the following investment options in the country:
Documentary evidence of the investment must be provided as part of the application process.
Applications for Jordanian citizenship must include completed application forms and should be accompanied by the appropriate fees and supporting documents. The eligibility criteria are applied to a maximum of 500 cases annually, following security clearance and confirmation of the applicant's financial adequacy.
After initial due diligence checks have been conducted, the applicant may choose their preferred investment route: SMEs, a bank deposit, treasury bonds, securities, or a local job-creating project.
Once the application for Jordanian citizenship has been submitted to the relevant government committee and further due diligence checks have been successfully completed, the application may be approved if eligibility is proven. Following the applicant’s fulfilment of the chosen investment, they (and their included family members) receive a Jordanian passport.
Citizenship applies to the main investor, spouse, children (unmarried, widowed, or divorced daughters and sons under 18), and dependent parents.
There is no minimum residence requirement to maintain citizenship.
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