I don't see much difference between both sentences:
- I qualify to be (considered) an expert.
- I am qualified to be (considered) an expert.
I only perceive a subtle difference between the intransitive qualify, which seems to suggest a process of selection where some people qualify and others don't, and the copulative be and the adjective qualified, which more clearly describe a given state.
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