I arrived in the UK on 17 December 2000 an was giving 6 months as a visitor. on 16 august 2001 I had leave to remain as a student until 30 June 2002. on the 11 July 2002 until 11 October 2002 I was giving leave to enlist in the army. on 6 December 2002 to the 6 march 2003 to complete army selection.on the 31 December 2002 I was not subject to limitation. on 14 February 2003 it was cancelled. I had over stayed. on 13 august 2005 I got married and on 23 December 2005 I send of a application basis on the marriage to a person present and settled in the UK. on the 28 June 2007 I was giving discretionary leave to remain until 27 June 2010.but on the 6 April 2009 re-enlisted in the army and now I am not subject to limitation. I would like to know if I would be qualify to apply for British citizenship base on the time spend lagelly (2007/2011) or I will have to wait.
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