1. Once you have work authorization
2. Whenever you want, assuming the green card is ultimately approved
3. Too many to list here. You can find them on the USCIS website. Better yet, consult with an attorney.
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1. 90 days after filing the I-765
2. Anytime after filing a 'correct' one-step application 'kit'.
3. Too many forms to list out ... talk to an attorney for proper guidance.
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This is a repost. See my other answer. You can quit school any time without affecting your green card application.
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