I would suggest amending the I-9 with up to date information. You have an EAD now based on Adjustment of Status pending, C9 Classification.
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First, and foremost, your employer should be talking to his/her immigration attorney, and not you.
With that said, you are probably in the unique situation of being permitted to work for TWO reasons: 1. H and 2. pending adjustment application.
Once you are interviewed, assuming you have an immigration attorney and/or didn't forget to do something on the paperwork that you prepared without professional assistance, you'll probably get approved for a THIRD reason: CR-1 ... this will cancel #1 & #2.
Confused? Then you should talk to your immigration attorney.
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It is always best to maintain status.
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You could contact your employer to update your I-9 info for your EAD, although you could continue to rely on current H-1 data since that would not be wrong for now. When you get your green card, however, I would definitely update the info on I-9.
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