Positive. All of us are eligible seekers for rebirth in the Pureland of
Amitabha Buddha, who expressly initiated the 18th, 19th and 20th of
48 great vows in reception of all living beings engaged in remembrance
of the Buddha, as follows:
The 18th vow: ' If when I realize the supreme bodhi, those sentients
in the rest of the Buddhalands, on having heard my name, transfer all
good roots and every thought toward rebirth in my domain to the extent
of ten thoughts of remembrance, and if no rebirth transpiring, no bodhi
will be sought. All except for those having committed unintermitted evil
karma or denigrated the right Dharma and the saints.'
The 19th vow: ' If I attain Buddhahood, the living beings from other
lands initiate the bodhi mind and induct pure thought toward my
domain whilst transferring good roots as they vow for rebirth in (land of)
ultimate joy. Any such person nearing the end of a lifetime, myself and
all bhiksus manifest before him, and if not happening as is, no perfect
enlightenment will be sought.'
The 20th vow: ' If I attain Buddhahood, all living beings in immeasurable
domains, on hearing my name, transfer own good roots toward (land of)
ultimate joy, and if no rebirth transpiring, no bodhi will be sought.'
(Bodhiruci, Tripitaka master of the Tang dynasty who translated by
imperial order, Sukhavativyuha Sutra in Maharatnakuta Sutra, Taisho
shinshu daizokyo, vol. 11, pp.93c-94a)