I am a Sri Lankan and I intend to apply for a skilled immigrant permanent resident visa in either Canada or Australia. For these countries, most of my skills are adequate to apply, but my recent travel has brought a new complication.
I recently travelled to Russia for my sibling's convocation, but I was removed from the port without any reason given, after the interview with the Immigration officer. They said they have the right to withhold the reason. There is a cancelled stamp on my Russian visa, and my passport was not returned to me until I reached my country.
I have to include this information in my Canada application form in the travel history. Will this incident count against me?