I was deported in July 2014, on account of fake employment visa. My agent cheated me by altering some information and putting my details on others original employment visa. After reaching Dubai Airport, The immigration officer cleared me everthing and i understood . then i was deported late night on same day without any stamp on the Passport. Now I want to go on visit visa, will my visa get rejected?
There is unfortunately a very good chance of your visa application getting rejected.
When you are denied entry to a country, the immigration officers do not usually place a stamp. But they do keep record of your information. In some cases, you will have the right to refuse to give your biometric data (finger prints for example), but your passport number, name, birthday, etc will be recorded nonetheless.
If your real intention is to visit the country, your best odds would be if you apply after some time. Being denied entry with a fake visa and then applying for a tourist visa is a strong sign that the applicant is probably an immigrant.
In most countries, providing forged documents is a serious offense.
If you still would like to visit there for tourist purpose, provide strong evidence that you have a stable source of income in your home country. Other travel history (other visa stamps that you were allowed to enter and left in time) will help too.