The court may make an interim order only if it is satisfied of the following matters—
(a) the child is present in Queensland;
(b) the child is not prevented from residing permanently in Australia—(i) under a law of the Commonwealth or a State; or(ii) by an order of a court of the Commonwealth or a State;
(c) the competent authority has advised the chief executive that arrangements for the adoption have been made—(i) under the law of the country; and(ii) if the country is a convention country, under the Hague convention;
(d) the competent authority for the country has agreed to the adoption;
(e) the proposed adoption order will promote the child’s wellbeing and best interests;
(f) if the prospective adoptive parents were selected by the chief executive, they were selected in compliance with part 7 , division 2 ;
(g) each of the prospective adoptive parents—(i) is an adult; and(ii) is an Australian citizen or has a spouse who is an Australian citizen; and(iii) is resident or domiciled in Queensland; and(iv) is suitable, having regard to the matters stated in part 6 , division 5 ; and(v) is not pregnant.