It depends how it is submitted and the academic profile and strength of the applicant against the needs of the institution. Most application services respect the deadlines of the University subscribers. They may be instructed to refuse to accept applications, take them and place in a suspense file or forward them to the University to process. Applying directly to the University would start at this point, with the institution understanding that to accept an application fee is to require a decision. For most competitive admission institutions that answer starts with NO, and the merits of the application take it from maybe to YES. Many students have been convinced that they are admissible to single digit accept institutions and prove unlucky in the “elite” lottery admission sweepstakes.
Sometimes very talented students “overlooked” quality institutions on the strength that they will get admitted into more competitive Universities. I have not witnessed exceptional academic profiled and complete applications not get a review. It costs very little to salvage a gem that pushed the deadline window to close. Usually a program is in place in a student resource management system to auto reject applicants below a certain academic profile and to route the workflow of those that merit further consideration. I have seen several receive admission and even a merit scholarship that they qualified for to further induce enrollment fee/seat deposit payment.
The short answer is to expect a rejection; possibly have it considered if you are “over qualified” for the institutions class profile, or receive a speedy rejection along with the incomplete files with missing components. I hope this helps. Good luck!