The photos you provided are not sufficient for a valid opinion of your personal condition. In general eyelid asymmetry can frequently be corrected with eyelid surgery, but you first need to be evaluated to determine the cause. I would advise visiting with your local area facial plastic surgeon for an evaluation. Best Regards
It is difficult to tell from just these photos. You do have a mild ptosis(drooping) of the left eyelid. Are those scars on your eyelids from a previous surgery? You need to see a oculoplastic specialist for an in person evaluation.
The photos are insufficient to evaluate the problem, and you probably should see a neuro-ophthalmologist. There is a difference between exorbitism and exophthalmos and the causes/treatment.
Difficult to tell from the photo as the photos are distorted. It should be possible to make eyes more symmetric. See video below.
There are any number of reasons that could be contributing to this and they are not all related to the eyelids themselves. It would take an in-person exam by a plastic surgeon to evaluate your cause and make any recommendations for treatment.
Your eyes are both too open - with the lid above the cornea/iris. This can occur with thyroid problems. You need to see an oculoplastic surgeon to evaluate your eyes, orbit, and eyelid muscles. Then they can decide if more testing is necessary..