I'm never being out of status since my first day in USA in 2006.
In addition to the information contained in previous responses, note that if your adjustment of status case were to be denied while you were outside of the country, your Advance Parole would terminate and you would be unable to re-enter the U.S. unless you had another valid visa. Persons in valid H-1B status, for example, could re-enter the U.S. even if their I-485 were to be denied and their Advance Parole were to terminate, because H-visas are among the few types of visas that recognize "dual intent" and therefore can remain valid notwithstanding an application to become a Permanent Resident.
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