Yes, you can. Have your passport and US (state) issued ID/Driver License. If you do not have your state driver license or ID, the passport should suffice. Also, have the I-485 receipt with you.
I agree. You should be find to travel just make sure you have your I-797 with you and a valid ID.
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Make sure you have your USCIS receipt for the I-485, and your government-issued ID (valid driver license, or valid passport).
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