Most likely yes, since your EAD card also serves as your Advance Parole Document with which to be readmitted to the US.
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Should be ok. I'd keep a copy of your appointment notice on you just in case.
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It has your name, DOB, A # and picture on it and serves as positive ID and also an immigration document so if you run into an immigration check point you can furnish them with the EAD and they can verify you in the various immigration databases as being in process and legitimate until a final decision on your case.