The issue is your ability to reenter the USA after travel to Canada.
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Inquire with the Canadian consulate in Seattle - without giving any names. In my humble opinion after having dealt with various Canadian consulates nationwide on clients' behalf, I know for sure that Canadians will not issue you any visa UNLESS they are assured that the USA will admit you back (and that they Canadians will not get "stuck" with you in case US authorities refuse to re-admit you.)
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what is your status in the US and can you reenter the US after your canadian visit? thats the issue.
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