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    after I finish/have finished//after we get/have got married...

    I will take the exam after I finish/have finished studying all these books.
    We will move to London after we get/have got married.
    I will send you a copy after the books arrive/have arrived.
    -Which is correct? Thanks!

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    Re: after I finish/have finished//after we get/have got married...

    Both forms are possible in each of your sentences.

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