The requirements for an EB-5 investment are such that the business has to be based in the U.S., creating jobs for U.S. citizens or permanent residents. The business can have other foreign owners, but the business activities and job creation must be in the U.S.
To answer the question that was actually asked--No.
If you expand the question and add some details, perhaps you are really asking something else but have not expressed yourself accurately.
You can not operate an EB-5 Regional Center in another country, only in the U.S. However, our law firm has alliances with law firms in Jordan which may be of assistance to you.