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Leaving job after EAD approval

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Hello All,

I am new to this forum and new to immigration. However, I hope to learn few things from you all.

I am currently employed at a university. When I received a H1-B, I self-petition for green card under EB1. The I-140 was approved and I just received the EAD card.

I would like to leave my current job, take a break for few months and then look for a new job. I would like know:

1. Can I be unemployed while the I-485 is being processed?

2. Can I leave the country during the time I am unemployed and the I-485 is being processed?

Answers to these questions will greatly help me.

Thanks so much!

Sabine

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