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what does it mean, up to my employer

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My marriage based GC & EAD both are pending. They were filed in last week of April.

My H1B is expiring in August first week.

MY AOS interview went well in July 2nd week, and the Officer told me that after my H1B expires, if I don’t receive EAD or GC, “IT IS UP TO YOUR EMPLOYER TO DECIDEâ€

I was not sure what it means but I was hoping to get EAD or GC soon, but no progress, and my employer is not willing to spend on my H1B, so I called USCIS asking same question that what should I do after my H1B expires?

I got same answer that "IT IS UP TO YOUR EMPLOYER"

Doe it mean, I can work if my employer doesn't mind it. Is this legal? What do I interpret from this?

Anyone? Murthy lawyer? I need your suggestions. Thanks,

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