My question is special, I hope from the bottom of my heart to get answers.
I lived 6 years in France on a regular basis, and after several problems I found myself in an irregular situation for a year and a half. I beg you not to judge me, the pain is still present. I ended up leaving the country voluntarily and I returned to my country of origin. I was never arrested or deported, I left the country voluntarily. I suppose that during the border police at the airport the policeman probably put me on their database.
I would therefore like to know if the immigration officers of the embassies of all countries could know this kind of information. Can they know that I have been in an irregular situation in France? Can they deny me a visa to Canada (or other) because of this? Am I internationally registered? If so, am I stuck for life? How can this information be "deleted" from their database? How do I get a visa again?
I have no intention of making the same mistake again. I would simply like to live legally somewhere and respect the visa deadlines.
Thank you so much!