At Expedite Travel Services, we know how disappointing it can be when someone got denied a U.S. visitor visa. However, you can reapply as soon as you are able to provide new information or documents that you initially failed to submit. However, it is best to wait until after 6-12 months before reapplying. As if you opt to reapply and your situation has not changed, they will deny you once more.
These common factors are the reasons applicants are denied a U.S. visa: inaccurate or irrelevant answers to interview questions, improper structuring of the application, failure to prove that you will leave the U.S. after the duration of the stay, and inadequate supporting documentation. A visa officer can deny you based on how you respond to the interview questions, along with the information you provide on your application.
For example, on the application, you stated that you are unemployed, which further indicates no legitimate source of income. The visa officer will assume, based on this response that you are ineligible for a visa as without income you will not be able to sufficiently finance your trip to the U.S.
Though you may have money saved to fund your trip, the visa officer wants to know that you are employed. Additionally, regardless of the amount of money in your savings, the visa officer will want to know how you were able to accumulate the money.