Ok. Then that is helpful. Unfortunately, as I said, their is no appeal process, so all you can do is apply again. I would have your spouse contact his U.S. Congressmen (he has three of them, two U.S. Senators and one U.S. Representative) and ask them for help. If one is not helpful, he tries another one. He will explain what is going on, that there is no intent to immigrate on your part, and have the U.S. Congressman apply pressure to the U.S. Embassy to have the visa officer carefully review all the evidence. The ultimate decision is still up to the visa officer. That will not change, but with the pressure from the U.S. Congressman, they should review everything. Also, what you can do at the interview is if you see that the visa officer is not willing to review your evidence, firmly but nicely ask to speak to their supervisor. Here is a link to help your spouse in contacting the U.S. Congressmen:
And here is a link to things that you can submit and have with you to prove non-immigrant intent and strong ties to your country:
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