Praise be to Allah.
It is permissible for the bank that is issuing the credit card to charge clearly stated fees when issuing or renewing a credit card, because this is a fee for offering services, as was stated in the Resolution of the Islamic Fiqh Council; see the resolution in full in the answer to question no. 97530
It is permissible to stipulate the deposit of 2000 riyals as surety with the bank, so long as it does not make use of it, because if there is no money in the customer’s bank account, that means the bank is lending to him, and it is not permissible for a loan to bring benefit, which is the bank’s making use of this money.
It is permissible for the bank to invest this money in the form of mudaarabah; the bank is entitled to a share of the profit, as is the customer. In that case it is essential that these percentages be stated and the customer be informed of them before embarking on the mudaarabah.
It says in al-Ma‘aayeer al-Shar‘iyyah (p. 20): In the event that the financial institution obliges the user of the card to deposit a certain amount of money as a guarantee that the card user cannot dispose of, it must state that it is investing it in his interests in the form of mudaarabah and the profits are to be shared between him and the bank according to the agreed terms.
On p. 25 it says:
In the event that [the bank] stipulated that the card user must deposit some money to allow him to use the card, it is not permissible for the bank to prevent him from investing the money deposited in his account, because that comes under the heading of “every loan that brings a benefit is riba.” Hence the alternative is to deposit that money on the basis of mudaarabah.
It is permissible for the bank to keep the money without investing it and without benefiting from it, as stated above. This comes under the heading of surety in the form of money, which is permissible according to many fuqaha’, on condition that the bank does not use it.
See: al-Mawsoo‘ah al-Fiqhiyyah, 41/192
And Allah knows best.