Privacy and Data Protection Policy
EI! Assessoria Migratória, as a data controller, values your privacy e cares about the way your personal data are processed. The data protection of individuals must be understood as a fundamental right that we must respect and observe.
The Data Controller
EI! Assessoria Migratória, with CBN 510989110, with legal office at Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo 35, 2 A, 1050-118 Lisbon, it is the Controller of your customer’s data collection and processing. When providing services, the data Controller determines which data are collected, the means of processing and the purposes for which the data may be used.
Which personal data do we collect and process?
We may collect your personal data during the provision of our services, by using the website https://eimigrante.pt/ , when contacting us or requesting information about our services, as well as by any means of unsolicited applications or recruitment procedures.
The Personal Data that may be processed by EI! Assessoria Migratória are:
|Identification Data||Dados de identificação Nome, nº Cartão de Cidadão, nº Passaporte, Fotografia, NIF (ou similar), Nacionalidade, Título de residência, Carta de condução, Nº Utente (ou similar dependendo do país de origem)|
|Contact details||Phone number, Email, Address|
|Others||Others Depending on the nationality, the Data subjects may provide other personal data necessary for the provision of our services.|
How do we obtain the personal data?
- Data collection is made as part of the procurement procedure of our services;
- From our website and electronic communications to EI! Assessoria Migratória;
- Provided by the Data Subjects through our site or email, for information requests and unsolicited applications.
For what purposes do we use your personal data?
EI! Assessoria Migratória collects and processes your personal data in order to:
- Provide our services, which may include processing of personal data of third parties, on behalf of our clients;
- Disclose any information that you may request in the capacity of the Data subject;
- Compliance with our legal obligations;
On which grounds do we process your personal data?
We use your personal data on the following grounds:
- Pre-contractual measures, that precede a contractually regulated business relation or a declaration of willingness to negotiate;
- Fulfilment of the obligations set under the signed contract;
- To comply legal obligations;
- For legitimate, proportionate and relevant purpose;
- By your specific and informed consent;
For how long we store your personal data?
EI! Assessoria Migratória will keep your personal data in the following cases:
- As long as the initial purpose is preserved, for the period in which a contractual relationship is kept with the client;
- during the time limits set out by Law;
- or according to the prescription period for any legal proceedings.
With whom do we share your personal data?
We may share your personal data with third-parties, according to the contractual agreements in force, including:
- Our professional consultants and advisers;
- Subcontractors with whom EI! Assessoria Migratória subcontracts certain services, ensuring that they have sufficient performance guarantees, appropriate technical and organizational measures, in full compliance with all legal requirements regarding data protection.
When necessary, or for the reasons set out in this policy, personal data can also be shared with regulatory bodies, courts and official entities.
EI! Assessoria Migratória has profiles in social networks such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram. If you are a user of this platforms you should review their privacy policies in order to get more information on how they deal with your personal data.
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- Analytical cookies
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How do we protect your personal data?
EI! Assessoria Migratória adopted a set of technical and organizational measures to ensure the confidentiality of data, and protect your personal data against destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure or access, in accordance with the applicable data protection laws.
Your personal data protection rights
The General Data Protection Regulation and other applicable data protection laws (Law 58/2019) sets out the rights of data subjects, which they can exercise under certain conditions. Namely:
Right of access – the right to have confirmation about which personal data are processed and information on that same data, i.e., what is the purpose of the processing or what are the retention periods thereof.
Rectification right – the right to request the rectification of your personal data, when they are incorrect or inaccurate, or request the completion of incomplete data, like, for instance, the taxpayer number, the email address, the phone contacts, or others.
Right of data erasure or Right to be Forgotten – the right to have one’s personal data erased, as long as there is no valid reason for its retention, like, for instance, the cases where EI! has to maintain data in order to comply with a legal obligation, or because there is a judicial process in course.
Right of portability – the right to receive the supplied data in a digital format of current use and of automatic reading, or to request the direct transmission of your data to other entity that may eventually become the new responsible entity for processing of your personal data, but – in this case – only when such is technically possible.
Right to withdraw consent – the right to withdraw, at any time, your consent for personal data processing for purposes of marketing and advertising, without hindering the lawfulness of any processing performed based on the previously granted consent.
Right of opposition – the right of opposing, at any time, a data processing, as long as there are no lawful rights prevailing over your interests, rights and liberties, like, for instance, the safeguard of a right in a judicial procedure.
Right of limitation – the right to request limitation to the processing of your personal data by means of: (i) suspension of processing, or (ii) limitation restricting processing only to certain categories of data or certain processing purposes.
Profile and automated decisions – when the processing of personal data, including the processing for profiling, is exclusively automated (without human intervention) and might take effects in your legal situation or significantly affect it, you shall have the right not to be subject to any decision that is based on such automated processing.
The exercise of rights is free of charges, except when it concerns a request that is clearly unfounded or excessive. In such case a reasonable fee may be charged, taking into account the costs thereof.
You may exercise your rights, using the following email address:
Updated on: 01/05/2021