You can help your friend by directing him or her to a lawyer who can discuss the various visa options available depending on your friend's qualifications, relatives who are in the U.S., etc....
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Your friend should consult with an immigration attorney about his options. One option for him might be to apply for a visitor visa. Another option might be to apply for an employment-based visa, depending on his skills. There are other possibilities for him as well, but we would need to know more information about his situation in Egypt.
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You cannot buy someone a visa. Your friend needs to apply for a visa and needs to convince the consular officer that he does not intend to immigrate.
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