You'll be OK. You'll be "pending adjustment of status", which, according to USCIS is "no status", but you will not be accruing any "unlawful presence" and will be "in a period of stay authorized by the AG". A lot of mumbo jumbo to mean you'll be OK and will be able to obtain and renew your employment authorization card for as long as your I-485 AOS is pending (and of course, for as long as you keep your LPR spouse happy..)
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You will not have a status but you will be in a period of staty authorized by the Attonry General so long as your I-485 is pending and you remain married.
Lynne R. Feldman, Attorney at Law
You won't have legal status until the I-485 is approved but you can legally stay here for the duration that it remains pending for certain.
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