ACEI collects information used to evaluate and translate foreign educational credentials and to order ACEI services, such as publications. This includes name, address, e-mail address, phone and fax numbers, educational history, and other information about educational background and credentials. ACEI takes an applicant’s privacy very seriously and will take all reasonable steps to protect the applicant’s privacy.
The information collected by ACEI is used in the evaluation of foreign educational credentials and to provide other services. In the course of evaluating foreign credentials, ACEI may use personal and educational information in a variety of ways that involve sharing the information with other organizations and individuals.
Contacting educational institutions to verify the authenticity of educational credentials
Contacting institutions or organizations that the applicant has attended or is planning to attend
Contacting academic institutions, government agencies, professional organizations, and other evaluation services if falsified documents are submitted
Complying with any legal requirements
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This website contains links to other sites. ACEI is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content on such websites. ACEI encourages you to review the privacy policies of these websites and take such steps as you deem necessary to protect your privacy before linking to these other websites.
ACEI uses encryption and other commercially-available technology to protect information gathered through the use of the ACEI web site.
ACEI does not send emails with links to update your information. ACEI is not responsible for phishing (refers to emails sent to individuals containing authentic-looking messages that instruct them to provide sensitive personal information) attempts made by identity thieves which use the ACEI name or identification.