Yes! When you sign up as an Amazon seller as a non-U.S. citizen or non-resident, Amazon guides you through a signup checklist that will ask you for the following information:
A credit card that can be charged internationally, i.e, a Mastercard or Visa.
A local bank in your country that supports ACH, which stands for Automated Clearing House, which really means your bank can accept electronic transfers
Your local address
Your country uses currency supported by Amazon. Click here to see the list. This is not an issue for most English speaking countries or non English speaking European countries.
A phone number (you’ll also need your international prefix number)
A US EIN number. You don’t have to be a corporation and have any type of legal status in the US to get this number. You simply fill out online form 10-BEN on the IRS.gov website (Internal Revenue Service which is the US government tax collection agency)