It may be possible for you to apply for asylum, but the asylum rules are very strict and very complicated. Asylum is not something that you should ever apply for on your own. Please take your case to an attorney experienced in asylum law. Asylum should never be used as a way to get work authorization. Done poorly, it is a sure means for removal. Done improperly, it can mean a lifetime ban from the United States. Seek competent advice.
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The fact that you have refugee status in Jordan will be a major stumbling block for you.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case. You can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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Based on your description, no. You can rely on this answer which is very cursory or you can consult with an immigraiton attorney locally, provide all the facts and see, maybe I am wrong, after all. Good luck.
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