You can travel, but make sure to carry a certified copy of the court's interim final disposition document on you upon your return, just in case.
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I agree with my colleagues. Make sure that you take with your certified court documents of the decision of the court just in case the immigration official at the port of entry doesn't make it difficult for you to enter the US upon your return.