You can show that the child cannot move to Egypt, but that will not be sufficient to prove the child will suffer a hardship remaining in the U.S.
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You've already asked this question before. Not enough grounds with which to get a waiver of your 2 years foreign residency requirement. You'll need much more than the argument you are raising. Schedule a consultation with an immigration lawyer to understand the process and what you'll need to qualify.
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Unfortunately, I agree with my colleagues on two counts:
1. This is not a strong sounding case.
2. You need to meet with an attorney for a paid consultation.
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