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Exactly. Mike, even if your lack of evidence weren't an insurmountable issue (which it will be), this alone means your plan won't work. There is simply NO WAY to get an official certificate from BDM in order to be able to submit it the next day.

So if you apply the next day, you'll be doing it without acceptable proof of your marriage, without evidence you've lived together... there's simply no way they wouldn't just look at your application and click "reject."
I was intrigued so I checked and you get one urgently which is done in 3 hours and costs and extra $24.50.

But if gets married on Friday or Saturday no way!

Not even commenting on his evidence .... who really wants to be collating wedding pictures and lodging a visa application the day after they get married?

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Also, there are no refunds of the application fee if the application is rejected due to insufficient evidence or without the proper documentation. It's up the applicant to ensure the application is acceptable, it's not up to the CO to ask for further information or wait while you furnish them with additional evidence.

Can you afford to lose $4,500 and then have your fiancée given 28 days to leave the country and then have only the option of applying for a partner visa offshore (the PMV will be completely off the table at that point). You will essentially be in an even worse position than now because your options will be even more limited and you still won't have much chance to get the evidence needed unless you can somehow manage to live in China with her. Having one visa rejection often makes it even harder to get an approval for another, so keep that in mind as well.

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I was intrigued so I checked and you get one urgently which is done in 3 hours and costs and extra $24.50.

But if gets married on Friday or Saturday no way!

Not even commenting on his evidence .... who really wants to be collating wedding pictures and lodging a visa application the day after they get married?
But, is that for getting a certificate urgently AFTER the marriage has been registered? I know that if you pay a fee for an "urgent" certificate you can get it within hours, but you still have to wait for the celebrant to submit the details of the marriage and for BDM to log the details.

In South Australia, I believe a celebrant gets 2 weeks to submit the details and then BDM gets ten working days to register the marriage after the celebrant submits the details.

Either way, you're totally right!!! If it is possible, who wants to quickly get married, rush the documentation over to BDM before business hours finish, wait to receive your certificate then spend your wedding night discussing financial aspects and compiling evidence and noting down passport numbers?

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But, is that for getting a certificate urgently AFTER the marriage has been registered? I know that if you pay a fee for an "urgent" certificate you can get it within hours, but you still have to wait for the celebrant to submit the details of the marriage and for BDM to log the details.

In South Australia, I believe a celebrant gets 2 weeks to submit the details and then BDM gets ten working days to register the marriage after the celebrant submits the details.
Exactly. You can get a certificate same-day, Mish, but the celebrant has to register it with BDM first, AND they have to get all that put into the system, and that doesn't happen same-day.

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Oops ... only skim read it ... too much wedding prep on my mind atm

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Oops ... only skim read it ... too much wedding prep on my mind atm
You and me both... I GET MARRIED ON SUNDAY!

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You and me both... I GET MARRIED ON SUNDAY!
WOO HOO!! I get married in 5 1/2 weeks . Currently trying to find a photographer that doesn't cost the earth eeeek

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Good luck with your weddings, girls! I must admit that I'm a little jealous, I loved getting married and can honestly say it was truly one of the best days of my life (surpassed only by the births of my children).

Sending you girls lots of love and best wishes from Theo & Me xxxx

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