The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency has a checklist of items that they recommend religious workers seeing a green card and the religious organizations that sponsor these religious workers review. The list is for informational purposes. The religious workers and religious organizations should review all the religious worker green card requirements with an experienced immigration attorney.
The USCIS also advises that original documents should not be sent unless they are specifically requested according to the relevant instructions and regulations. The main form that needs to be filed is uscis.gov/i-360.
If any documents are submitted (copies or original documents) that are in a foreign language, then the applicant/sponsor should include a complete English translation -and a certification from a translator stating that the translation is complete and accurate. The translator should also verify that he/she has the necessary qualifications to translate from the foreign language to English.