I'm from India and I applied for a Schengen visa to visit Sweden for a duration of 4 days and since I'm 18 years old, to prove my intent to return home after my visit, the Embassy wanted me to submit supporting documents such as the I-20 issued by my university in the USA. Since I didn't have the I-20 at the time and I didn't want to postpone my trip, I submitted a fake I-20.
They granted me a visa but after a few days, called me back to tell me that my I-20 was deemed to have been forged and thus my visa had been annulled. The official reason on the rejection letter listed was "The information submitted regarding the justification for the purpose and conditions of the intended stay was not reliable". The consular official invited me to appeal the decision with genuine documents if I wished to but I've decided to simply cancel my trip for now.
I realize this was an insanely stupid thing to do and in hindsight, I wish I hadn't done it. I have since been issued a valid US F1 visa and also have my genuine I20. If I apply for a Schengen visa again, this time with genuine documents and the US visa stamped to my passport, will I get a visa or will my application be rejected right away?