The original prima facie established in September 2012 and recently extended to July 2013 .
Yes, as part of the I-485adjustment of status package that you can now file.
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Yes, you are eligible for employment authorization. When you file your green card application, also include the work permit application. Consult an attorney for the adjustment of status filing.
No you cannot get an EAD, unless the adjustment of status application is filed.
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