It would be a good idea to withdraw the still pending I-485 on appeal with the AAO, so as not to give USCIS any excuses to deny the new one you'll be filing. Have proof of the delivery of your withdrawal letter sent via certified mail, return receipt requested. As long as you send the withdrawal letter, you can file a new I-485.
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I would suggest you withdraw the first 485 that is showing as pending.
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I agree with my colleagues. Don't help USCIS come up with an excuse to make a mess of things. Just send in a fax, email and mail a letter withdrawing your prior I-485. Keep copies of everything and make sure you have proof of them receiving it (certified mail return receipt requested).
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