You can email the Embassy/Consulate.
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I agree with my colleagues. 22 days is a relatively short period of time. Its likely that it will just need a little more time for them to process it. If it goes beyond 60 days as Attorney Blackwell said, then you might contact them to inquire.
Best of luck!
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