You should meet with an attorney to see if you would qualify for some type of relief such as Assylum or something else.
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Are you asking about the possibility of asylum? Need more information about your situation. What is your status? You do need to consult an experienced immigration attorney.
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No. You may be able to seek some forms of temporary or permanent stay however, and need to seek a consultation with an immigration attorney. That help may mean a difference between USA and Egypt. For more info visit www.myattorneyusa.com
I assume you must have entered with a B-2 visitor's visa? You can apply for an extension of your I-94 for one time to obtain another 6 months stay or if you have been here for less than 1 year you can also apply for asylum hypothetically "if" you qualify for asylum and meet all the requirements. You must know though that most asylum applications are denied and are hard to proof and get approved.