Unfortunately, Administrative Processing is one of the most frustrating situation to work with because there is really nothing anybody can do to speed up the process. Wherever it is right now can take as much time as it wants to to complete the review. There is now ay to find out why it is under Administrative Processing.
The only option, which you are familiar with, is to make inquiries with the consulate
where it was filed. And it seems like they are of no help at all. That likely means they also do not have information to share, because the consulate is not reviewing the application at this time. Some other agency is doing that, and there is no contact information for this agency. In other words, the only information that is available is available through the US consulate. So if they don't have any new information to share, I'm afraid that's where it all ends until the Administrative Processing is completed.
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