Hello Guys, My name is Simran. I came to US on a visitor visa in 2009 from India with my father. I had a green card in 2011 through my father because He married an American citizen but he later dropped the case, so we never applied for permanent green card. Now I married an American women in 2016 and applied for my green card but in 2019 Us immigration sent me a denial letter stating that my marriage was not bona fied (only to get green card). Now my question is : I completed my bachleor degree in criminology in 2018 here in the usa (i also went to high school here). I am not in removal proceedings yet, I did not apply for any asylum. If I now go back to my home country (India) and try to apply for a student visa to Canada for my master’s degree , what are my chances of getting that Visa? Will the canadian immigration officers know about my history of us immigration? Even if they do, there’s nothing bad and I did not stay illegal here, I don’t have any deportation or asylum case. So what are my chances of getting a student Visa. Please help. Thanks!