No. you can not get employment authorization with an approved I-130. You must have an I-485 filed and the file must establish a prime facie eligibility before you will get an EAD. There are special provisions for those who have been victims of abuse and/or entered into the marriage with good intentions. I strongly suggest you discuss your case with an experienced immigration attorney.Ask a similar question
I'm sorry to hear about the tough situation you are in. Since you are divorced, the I-130, even though approved, is no longer valid. You cannot use it as a basis to get a new work card. If you filed a new I-485 with the I-360, you will get a new work card through that application.
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No. The divorce ended the case.
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