Yes, you can do that. The question becomes, should you do it? There is a risk you must assume.
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Yes, you can leave ... but it is not a good idea.
Also, once the permit is issued, even though it is good for 2 years, try to not stay out of the US for more than 6 months at at time.
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Yes, but it is best to wait for the re-entry permit.
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