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Yes, you can make a further application. You have stated that your current leave to remain does not expire until 15th February. Any application you make before this time will be considered. I note the say that you should apply before 18th January 2012 but if you still have leave any application you submit before you current leave expires.
In actual fact even if your leave to remain expires they would be unlikely to be successful in having you deported because you are married to a UK citizen and have UK citizen children because you have an Article 8 Right to a family and private life which is a strong argument against deportation proceedings and becomes even more stronger the longer you have been married.
If you have been married for 4 years or more then I would not expect the UKBA to issue deportation proceedings so I think you can calm down a bit .
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