Sorry for the lengthy post. So I planned for an Europe trip and applied for my schengen visa at the Dutch embassy in Tokyo. I applied at the Dutch embassy because I was planning on staying for 6days in the Netherlands. My itinerary was, arrive at Paris (4 days), then Lux (1 day), Brussels (1 days) and Netherlands (6 days) and depart back to Tokyo.
I presented the itinerary and the necessary hotel bookings and supporting documents at the Dutch embassy. I got the visa after 2 weeks or so. I noticed that my name was spelt wrong in the visa and informed them immediately. They apologised and stroke out the visa that had incorrect spelling and a new visa was issued the very next day and the visa sticker was stuck on the next page.
I got my visa 1 and a half months before and everything was fine until I landed in france. The immigration officer checked my visa and told me that my visa was cancelled by the Dutch embassy that issued my visa and that he can't allow me to enter France. They detained me for 16 hours, confiscated my phones, and I was put back on the next day flight to Tokyo. They did not even make an attempt to contact the Dutch counterparts to check about my visa. I was basically treated as if I was some terrorist. This was a very horrifying experience for me and I don't know how long it is going to take for me to come out of this gruesome experience.
I'm totally perplexed. All my documents were genuine, I did not submit any fake documents. I did not even receive any intimation that my visa was cancelled. I spent money to book hotels, flights etc and it is a waste now. Below are my questions
What should I do now? Can I take it up with someone or should I file a complaint or law suit?
The immigration officers in Paris have printed "ANNULLED" on top of my Dutch visa. Will this affect my future travels to other countries?