Your question is not clear. Why did you file a VAWA with your I-485 if you are still with your wife?
You are not eligible for an EAD based on an I-130. You must have an I-485 pending. Normally if the government finds that you have established a prima facie case for VAWA you are eligible for an EAD.
I suggest you consult with an experienced immigration attorney who will need additional information.
As my fellow attorney stated, you cannot file both an I360 through VAWA and an I-130 through your wife at the same time.
Either you are living with your wife and have a bona fide marriage. Or, your wife is abusive and you chose to leave her.
Both of those facts cannot be true since they are in direct contradiction of one another.
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I urge you to clear your apparent confusion with a competent immigration counsel in person as your both above submission clash in a legal sense as self precluding. Do not make any decisions or submissions until you discuss the case with a professional.
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