I'm very concerned about visiting Canada and here is why:
I previously had a F1 Student VISA in the USA that was granted to me in 2016.So I was studying there for couple semester, but then my VISA got terminated while I was there ,because of a lack of sight on my end.The law of an US F1 visa says that in Order to be "Valid" you need to be a full time student it means to be enrolled in at least 4 classes.During one of my semester I was under-enrolled which means I was registered to 3 classes instead of 4 because there was some issue registering for one particular class.
because of that my USA visa got terminated and I just had few options either re apply for a VISA or moving back to my country I decided to leave voluntarily 3 month later, and never came back or applied for any visa ever again. I didn't get any Order to leave/deported and I don't have any ban or criminal history in the US.
on the eTA background question there is one question about it "Have you ever been refused a visa or permit, denied entry to, or ordered to leave Canada or any other country/territory?"
I answer No but this is tricky question for me because I never got a US Visa DENIED to me when I apply, However I was granted a student VISA but it got "TERMINATED' because of the issue I said
my eTA got approved months ago and it still valid and it didn't get cancelled or anything (I'm assuming that didn't count as a mistake? but I'm not 100% sure either)
I'm very confused about that and I'm a little worried that I'll be denied for my lack of sight when I was a Student in the US